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    what is a bcc? some kind of boa? any pics of it? i want to get a hefty sized snake some day, but not something as big as a burm. i thought about rock pythons, but those get 11 ft, and would need a second person. what are the pythons that look like giant slugs? they aare really stout.
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    what is a bcc? some kind of boa?
    yes. boa constrictor constrictor. "true" redtail boa

    any pics of it?



    i want to get a hefty sized snake some day, but not something as big as a burm. i thought about rock pythons, but those get 11 ft
    i think afrocks get bigger. i heard female BCCs can average 10-12ft.

    what are the pythons that look like giant slugs? they aare really stout.
    i believe your talking about blood pythons




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    Moved to the boa forum since the topic is "bcc?".

    Kontron - Check out this thread here: http://www.ball-pythons.net/index.ph...ewtopic&t=1896 that explains some differences between BCI's and BCC's.
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    thanks.
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    BPOM - Time to Vote!!

    are there blood pythons with a darker color or maybe a more vibrant one... i want to get one, and have already decided on a name. "Lord Slug"
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    i thought about rock pythons, but those get 11 ft
    Likely mean African Rocks (though Indian Pythons are sometimes known as Indian Rocks) - and yes that size you mentioned is about half what they can acheive - def in the Giant category and often can push 20'+.

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    I feel for the rodents that get constricted by a blood python......those snakes are DIESEL.
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    Oh yeah, Kontron........if you want a big snake but something that you won't have to worry about eating small children or your neighbor's dog fluffy, go for a male BCI. Those are the Boa Constrictor Imperators. They will get to be about 6-8 feet long, a large snake that will have some of the holy crap factor, but also something you can also handle on your own and won't require a room-size enclosures. Correct me if I'm wrong but I think a full grown bci can be kept in a 75 gallon enclosure.

    BCI's are also know to be kitten tame as adults with regular handling and TLC.
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    thanks for the advice.
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