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    Weight

    Just weighed him about 430 am in lbs 4.05 in grams would be 1837.4 he ate on Sunday could use other eyes to me he looks in the middle of normal and a bit overweight unfortunately this is all I have for now on the photo


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    Re: Weight

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    Looks o.k. to me.
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    Re: Weight

    Lol thank you I know there will be a bulge after eating when I was briefly checking for mites and other things before work I really didnít notice features like in the diagram will definitely look when I get home later


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    Re: Weight

    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy the pig View Post
    Nice chart. I didn't see wrinkles on the inner curves. That's why I said he wasn't fat.
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    Re: Weight

    Thatís what I saw as well lol itís nice to get second/more opinions


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    Re: Weight

    Some one sent it to me


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    Hereís some more photos that I finally got to take


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    Looks fine (weight-wise) to me also.
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    Probably a bit rounder than he needs to be but not terrible, you shouldn't be feeding anything large enough to leave much of a bulge to an adult male though. Mine get a small rat every 2-3 weeks. After seeing so many snake necropsies making the rounds on facebook, I'm convinced most pet snakes are massively obese even when we can't tell so I err on the side of lighter feedings.

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