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    It's like an in between. Kind of like your Rock and kind of like the other Bris.

    Gotta love the carpets!

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    Re: 1.0 2019 Brisbane Coastal Carpet Progression

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    Gave this dude his first small rat pup last night. Suffice to say my brain has probably been in boa feeding mode for too long with my Morelia critters. Looked like a big meal until it was in his stomach. Gotta keep reminding myself to take EL-Ziggy’s advice and push the envelope a little bit! Still not going to slam them with food by any means, but the carpets are going to see some good, healthy growth here this year.
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    Looking great JM.

    I hear you on the food size for Carpet's vs. Boas . Yafe is eating small rats now, but at about 800G, he could probably take a medium (about 110G vs. 70G for a small) pretty easily. That's what I am feeding Behira now (female BI at 2,200G). It's not hurting him to eat smalls now though either. He's eating every two weeks and still growing pretty fast, so I might wait a little bit to move him up. He's sturdy and 3 1/2 years old now, so either way, not too worried.

    Carpet Pythons can digest what seem like large meals (I've heard 15-18% of body weight) to other snakes with ease, assuming temps are correct.

    Again, looking great!

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