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    My dumerils boy

    This snake is tough to get decent photos of, he's a mover! He's five years old, super easy keeper. Highly recommend this species.







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    Beautiful animal, one my favorite snakes. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: My dumerils boy

    Yeah, great looking Dumerils.

    Pretty underrated in the hobby, IMO. I am partial to BI's and my collection is full, but I do really like them. Really solid snakes and great temperament.

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    Re: My dumerils boy

    Beautiful boy you have there. I have always wanted one. I think I may pull the plug this year.


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    I've always loved the looks of a Dumeril's, but just never got around to keeping one. Yours is a stunner!
    Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength.
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    Re: My dumerils boy

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    I've always loved the looks of a Dumeril's, but just never got around to keeping one. Yours is a stunner!
    Seeing one in person before I had snakes got me hooked. Something about that pattern and without morphs they are so underrated in the hobby but what an absolute dream to keep.


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    Re: My dumerils boy

    Just curious - how many grams does your boy weigh. I have a male dum also and he is a stunner. I believe mine is at 2200 grams now. I think he is only 4 years old. I will have to check my paperwork when I get home to night.

    Your boy is beautiful. Love Dumerils
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    Re: My dumerils boy

    I haven't weighed him super recently but over the summer he was a little over 4.5 pounds and he is five years old.

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    Re: My dumerils boy



    Got him stretched out the other day, made me realize he's gained some length finally


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    Re: My dumerils boy

    What a gorgeous boy! How are these guys as feeders? I've peaked at a few of the boa species but don't know much about Dumerils.

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