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    Guys,

    If you were in the dilemma to choose between red blood python or half dwarf hypo burmese python what would be your choice?

    I currently have a suriname red tail boa and a normal ball python.

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    That's a tough one. I may would consider the enclosure size to be a possible deciding factor also.
    Both would be cool, take your time. Research as much as possible!

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    It's my dilemma for the past 3 months now......my terrarium that will host one of the mentioned snakes is big enough to host any of them.

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    What one do you want more? Which one do you tend to think about the most?

    These are the questions I would answer first.

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    Right now 50-50......Blood pythons are heavy body colorful snakes....burmese are better "characters" bigger snakes....The half-dwarf size is what put the species in the game for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolenger View Post
    Right now 50-50......Blood pythons are heavy body colorful snakes....burmese are better "characters" bigger snakes....The half-dwarf size is what put the species in the game for me.
    . Burm would be my choice. Good spot to be in!!

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    If you put the time in with a blood they are cool snakes.. You just have to get past nippy puffy little firecracker.. Kind of like a bulldog.. Big snake in a short body.. Set up properly they are very easy to care for.

    I had big burms back in the day and loved them, but IMO a blood is much more manageable and still just as impressive to handle if not more..
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    the only good thing is that i have time to spend and research....also i want to get my boa 1 year experience....my rule is to get a snake spend with it a year then check for the next one.....i have the boa for 3 months now....the half dwarfs are extremely pricey after some research that i made.....it's a big disadvantage in my case.....if the prices drop then i will have a chance with this kind of snakes....

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