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    Question How large do Bloods get?

    I am thinking of adding some more variety to my collection and was wondering the average size of adult Blood Pythons?
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    Re: How large do Bloods get?

    Here's a link to the blood python caresheet. It looks like 3-5' for males and 4-6' for females and a max size of 10'.

    http://www.ball-pythons.net/modules....warticle&id=11
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    Re: How large do Bloods get?

    Everytime I read the max size of a blood is 10'.....I wish someone would post a pick of them holding a 10' blood.....I just can't picture them getting that big
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    Re: How large do Bloods get?

    I've seen bloods in the six foot range but never anything larger. A ten foot Blood , that would be pretty scary!
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    Re: How large do Bloods get?

    10' is next to unheard-of. Most bloods (brongersmai) in captivity max out around 6' or so.
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    Re: How large do Bloods get?

    Quote Originally Posted by KLG
    10' is next to unheard-of. Most bloods (brongersmai) in captivity max out around 6' or so.
    but not unheard-of??

    ha ha...that 10' comment turned me off to blood pythons when I was thinking of getting one....but 6' I can handle...Thanks for clarifying that Kara...I might have to do some shopping
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    Re: How large do Bloods get?

    yeah i cant wait until shai reahces that length(hope she isn't as nippy though) lol

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