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Messy Baby - The Queen

Description: Now where did dat big fat Rabbit go?

13' and 75 pounds

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User: Dihedral (see all of Dihedral's photos)
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Date: 09/26/03
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Atlas511

Registered: 10/2003
Location: Chicago
Photos Uplaoded: 63
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how long was your burm before she started rabbits Rating: 5/5 
10-27-2003 06:01PM View Atlas511's Profile Visit Atlas511's Homepage! View Atlas511's Gallery  

BMX_PYTHON

Registered: 07/2003
Location: bayonne to azn
Photos Uplaoded: 654
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beardies

Burms can start on rabbits as early as 5-6ft, but I wouldn't recomend it untill it gets 7-8.... Rating: 5/5 
10-27-2003 09:09PM View BMX_PYTHON's Profile Visit BMX_PYTHON's Homepage! View BMX_PYTHON's Gallery  

Atlas511

Registered: 10/2003
Location: Chicago
Photos Uplaoded: 63
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Thanks, my burm is only pushing 45"
10-28-2003 02:03PM View Atlas511's Profile Visit Atlas511's Homepage! View Atlas511's Gallery  

Atlas511

Registered: 10/2003
Location: Chicago
Photos Uplaoded: 63
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thanks, my burm is only 45 inches now but growin quick
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Dihedral

Registered: 09/2003
Location: Las Vegas
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I'll try to reply as best as possible, for I have a Baby Boa doing laps around my head. Yes my nose has been a subject of taste, but only once so far.

The Constrictor family (Pythons, Boas) seem to be able to eat an animal equal to three (3) times their largest body diameter, and this is not necessarily the largest body, but the largest bony mass, as soft tissue is elongiated during swallowing. At one time I thought that this would increse shedding, but this does not appear to be the case. Now I gage their feeding needs by the size of their "Brown" feces. Large brown is feeding them more than they can absorb. Small to none means feeding them more. A large feed animal has less hair/skin than multiple small ones.
Rating: 5/5 
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