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    Holy macaroni & cheese, that's a big snake, she's gorgeous, I can only like her from a far, grateful that no one in my home likes snakes bcuz if they did, them & the snake would have to move out, lol

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    Holy macaroni & cheese
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    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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    I love to learn about all kinds of reptiles, how do you house her, does she live in her own room in your house? Like some iguanas. Are there any snakes that are vegetarians ? I'm completely ignorant when it comes to snakes but, I'm open to learning.

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    Medusa is in terrestrial enclosure and will get an upgrade to a bigger one as soon as I can. All snakes no matter the species are total carnivores and Medusa is big enough now to get a meal every 4 weeks. Most of my other snakes get to eat every 2 weeks because of their size. My little ones eat every week. Medusa has grown a lot since I first brought her home on July 4 2012. Back then, she was 11 months old, 3' long and 4 lbs. and it's been fun watching her grow.
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    I'm learning something about a reptile that I've never had, and that's good for me, thanks

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    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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