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    Onix the Central African Rock Python

    wanted to create a thread for my boy Onix - once he gets established i would like like to make a progressive video series of me handling him over time to demonstrate that they can be socialized the same as burms, retics and other big snakes - he is over F3 so probably the perfect candidate for this

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    ^which to that point - he seems significantly calmer than my 2 dwarf burms but time will tell i guess lol basically seems in between my scrub and my ball python vibe wise
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    Re: Onix the Central African Rock Python

    Quote Originally Posted by YungRasputin View Post
    wanted to create a thread for my boy Onix - once he gets established i would like like to make a progressive video series of me handling him over time to demonstrate that they can be socialized the same as burms, retics and other big snakes - he is over F3 so probably the perfect candidate for this

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    I look forward to your updates. I think African Rock Pythons are beautiful.
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    Don't see many of these around, I'll definitely be following to admire.

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    many thanks for all of the compliments! v excited to begin this journey and so is my boyfriend apparently - like, he trains and works with horses for a living and heís always been v supportive (but anxious) and says my snakes are neat but this time he took a special interest and was all like ďmaybe i should hold this one when heís big 💪😤Ē - which was presh lol will also be posting more pix as well, i just didnít want to overwhelm the little fella
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    Re: Onix the Central African Rock Python

    Congratulations and there is just something special about the name Central African Rock Python! Peaks interest and curiosity first then it goes to amazing animal / reptile that has all power. Canít wait for the picture and video showcase. Thanks for sharing!
    Stay in peace and not pieces.

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    his cuteness is overwhelming - be warned

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    i have a small clip from our first handling sesh but when I tried to upload it it wouldnít let me and idk how to convert it unfortunately but ironically heís one of the tamest snakes in my collection already - as tame as my Colombian red tail boa who previously was my most tame
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    Re: Onix the Central African Rock Python

    Canít wait to see the clip of Onix! Thatís a terrific looking python.
    Stay in peace and not pieces.

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    Re: Onix the Central African Rock Python

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    Canít wait to see the clip of Onix! Thatís a terrific looking python.
    yes when i can figure out how to convert i will post - might take still shots of handling next time or something - i will say after our first successful feeding tonight i can definitely see why they have their reputation because that bite power is incredible lmao
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