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    Love the big plated head scales!

    Looking good still.

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    Thanks guys! I will do a weigh in of her tonight and see where she's gotten
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    Tali now weighs in at 201g!
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    That rainbow sheen is unbelievable.
    Gorgeous snake!
    Keep it coming!

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    Thanks guys!
    I still can't believe I got lucky enough to get such a beauty, with such a mellow disposition!
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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Nice !! How big do they get , roughly !?


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    Very cool snake. The scale pattern on the head is sick!!

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    I just love seeing photos of her!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    Nice !! How big do they get , roughly !?


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    Thanks guys! And scrub pythons are on the giants list, this particular locality can get up to 14 feet!
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    Yep the scrubs can get big. They seem to be left off the radar of the giants when Burms, Retics, African Rocks, and Anacondas are mentioned, but don't be mistaken, a scrubby is NOT as thin as you may be led to believe. Scrubs and Olives are certainly giants and both move much faster than Burms and Anacondas.


    I love this snake! The pattern gets better every photo session and the head scales are amazing and unique.

    This is a "total package" snake IMO.

    I'm really happy to see somebody that owns a srub so happy and dedicated.

    This snake and John1982's Papuan Olive are a couple favorites of mine here!
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