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Python Sumatra Blood behavior

An interesting snake with good color, the Sumatra Blood Python makes an interesting pet for experienced keepers.

Sumatran Blood Pythons are relatively large snakes - growing to an average of six feet long and topping off at around nine feet. Although they are not usually seen growing larger than seven feet, it is possible to obtain a larger size in captivity. The Sumatra Blood Python is an awe-inspiring snake, one that will certainly capture the imaginations of you and your guests. If you aren't an experienced snake keeper, you may want to try an easier, more predictable species at first; the Sumatra Blood Python is a large, and often aggressive snake that should only be kept by experienced hobbyists. You will want to raise this one from childhood. Capturing one or purchasing one that has lived in the wild is often a bad idea, as the snakes may be unhealthy or excessively aggressive. If you get a baby, and raise it from birth, it'll be more likely to become handleable and get used to you than one taken from the wild. Sumatra Blood Pythons do have variable temperaments however; while some can be quite calm and docile, others are high-strung, nervous, and quick to bite.

They aren't rare animals and can be found frequently in the wild if you look in the right places. However, the Pythons themselves are also hunted by people for their skin and meat.

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