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Published on Apr 6, 2011

Huge snakes! This week we look at some monster snakes and talk about some of the things you'd want to think about if you ever decide to get into keeping snakes that get large. I've always loved keeping the big snakes, but you have to be ready for that responsibility! You'll also get to see part #2 of our mini soap opera.... What will happen next?

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Adrian Hunter-williams
I have always loved snakes so when I found this show my life was complete 
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Stoney Lonsome
Is it the breed, or the owner of the breed that makes them dangerous? answer- It's both. Yes, some breeds are more prone to aggression, they have been bred for just that purpose generally when we're talking about dogs. But, that doesn't mean they have to be a problem animal- if the owner is willing to take on the added responsibility of owning this type of breed they can be just as docile and well behaved as any other- it just takes more work. For instance- not walking your ChuaChua may result in your dog peeing in the floor and being a nuisance all night- but not walking your pit bull can result in serious issues. That bottled up energy you've failed to release may be expressed as aggression or at the least, misbehavior. You just have to be conscious of what kind of animal you own and take the responsibility of ownership very seriously.
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PKBitchGirl
I think Satan might be happier in a larger enclosure with a hide (I've seen pics of large snakes curled up half-in, half-out large terracotta plant pots
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Tiko Loshe
1:16  She's like a wiggly little fire hose :3
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Kelsey Gawron
sunshine is beautiful
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Lady Cheyne
I can't stop watching this channel. I don't own any snakes. I don't even like them. I am subbing anyways so I can cure my ignorance of some of the misconceptions of snakes. Maybe, one vid might change my heart.
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Markis Nieves
why is he always shirtless lol
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Zyona
Wow, what a life. Live in a little box their whole life.
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Alexis Ray
if you love snakes give a thumbs up 👏👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
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Alexis Fernandez
It is the owner of the dog because i have 2 full grown pit bulls weighing 80+ pounds and they play and guard our new born and are very gentle with her its all in the way you train your animals ANY ANIMAL CAN BE AGGRESSIVE its all in the owner and training
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