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    New Green Anaconda male





    Well Iíve always wanted to grab a male anaconda in order to not deal with more giant snakes to house, and finally came across the right snake at the right deal. So welcoming this boy into our family today. 2011 import.


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    Very nice! How is his temperament?

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    Very nice.
    Iím looking forward to hearing about this one👍

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    Re: New Green Anaconda male

    Congratulations!! Very nice critter. I always thought Annies got huge.
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    Re: New Green Anaconda male

    Quote Originally Posted by bcr229 View Post
    Very nice! How is his temperament?
    Flighty. Fighty. And bitey. But to be expected it day 1. Previous owner said heís a handful when he wants to be and puppy calm whenever else he wants.


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    Re: New Green Anaconda male

    Quote Originally Posted by EL-Ziggy View Post
    Congratulations!! Very nice critter. I always thought Annies got huge.
    Females are quite heavy bodied and long. But males are lower side of 6-8í upper end of 14 and slender.


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    Super cool pickup. I personally love the yellows, have one on my "pipe dream" list that'll never happen, hahaha.

    I've read some extremely varied info on temperaments of Condas. Hopefully yours chooses to be calm more often than feisty.
    Are there any known temperament differences males and females?
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    Re: New Green Anaconda male

    Quote Originally Posted by Craiga 01453 View Post
    Super cool pickup. I personally love the yellows, have one on my "pipe dream" list that'll never happen, hahaha.

    I've read some extremely varied info on temperaments of Condas. Hopefully yours chooses to be calm more often than feisty.
    Are there any known temperament differences males and females?
    Known. Nope. Itís more so individual based than gender specific. In reticulated pythons males are definitely more bitey during breeding season. Anacondas are just more or less Ill tempered with individual response giving more to it then anything else.


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    Re: New Green Anaconda male

    Quote Originally Posted by reptileexperts View Post
    Known. Nope. Itís more so individual based than gender specific. In reticulated pythons males are definitely more bitey during breeding season. Anacondas are just more or less Ill tempered with individual response giving more to it then anything else.


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    Re: New Green Anaconda male


    Better photo moving him into his enclosure tonight




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