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 #1921279


LAZYGUY123
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 Few Anaconda pics from today

Another beautiful day in FL so out with the pool and condas. My other girl was just finishing up her shed so she was ready to come out too. Almost to much muscle to handle with only four people.lol








That’s alot of anaconda in one pool!



12/27/08  05:49pm

 #1921350


The_2nd_baseman
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  Message To: LAZYGUY123   In reference to Message Id: 1921279


 Few Anaconda pics from today

I love those snakes I cant wait till I get one and how do you always seem to find these snakes.Please tell me your secrets



12/27/08  07:51pm

 #1921440


DJDeron
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  Message To: LAZYGUY123   In reference to Message Id: 1921279


 Few Anaconda pics from today

Wish I could get my kids outside in December. Ohio weather sucks. Snakes look real good Dude.



12/28/08  12:06am

 #1921628


Wild "J"
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  Message To: DJDeron   In reference to Message Id: 1921440


 Few Anaconda pics from today

I herd that there is a tax on Burmese Pythons and reticulated pythons in Florida? My question is did I hear wrong? If I herd right, does it apply to Anacondas?



12/28/08  02:30pm

 #1921676


LAZYGUY123
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  Message To: Wild    In reference to Message Id: 1921628


 Few Anaconda pics from today

Tax?? No tax. You have to have a permit for them. That is it.



12/28/08  04:27pm

 #1921794


Wild "J"
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  Message To: LAZYGUY123   In reference to Message Id: 1921676


 Few Anaconda pics from today

Is it hard to get a permit for them?



12/28/08  06:24pm

 #1921860


LAZYGUY123
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  Message To: Wild    In reference to Message Id: 1921794


 Few Anaconda pics from today

Yes and No. It was easy for me but I hear alot of people having problems. I got mine pretty quick. Some people it takes months. It just depends I guess.



12/28/08  07:32pm

 #1922362


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  Message To: LAZYGUY123   In reference to Message Id: 1921860


 Few Anaconda pics from today

need to let me know when ya do this stuff,lol



12/29/08  01:46pm

 #1922378


LAZYGUY123
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  Message To: Rebelyell83   In reference to Message Id: 1922362


 Few Anaconda pics from today

Ya because I can use the extra hands.



12/29/08  02:24pm

 #1922889


Rebelyell83
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  Message To: LAZYGUY123   In reference to Message Id: 1922378


 Few Anaconda pics from today

lol it looks it,,,kinda fel bad for the lady with the mid section duty,lol



12/30/08  04:51am

 #1922897


Vicdes
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  Message To: LAZYGUY123   In reference to Message Id: 1921279


 Few Anaconda pics from today

hello lazyguy, Can you tell me how to make the anaconda so tame?? I have a yellow one in my house, but she like to snap, she pretty agressive. Can you tell me how to make it so tame?? (Sorry for my bad english, I am Indonesian. Thanks lazyguy).



12/30/08  05:54am

 #1922954


LAZYGUY123
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  Message To: Vicdes   In reference to Message Id: 1922897


 Few Anaconda pics from today

Well mine are both C/B greens. If she is a wild caught it won’t be as easy but it is possible too. I have tamed down some really nasty w/c greens. The biggest thing is getting them use to being handled. What is the size on the yellow? I have found that when they are younger they tend to be more aggressive and when they are larger they seem like they don’t care much anymore. The biggest thing though is handling. Start with a good glove and work on getting her use to being handled. Then eventually work into being able to handle without a glove. I would also recomend using a hook. Start getting the snake use to being hooked out so it knows it’s not being fed.



12/30/08  08:41am

 #1922972


Vicdes
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  Message To: LAZYGUY123   In reference to Message Id: 1922954


 Few Anaconda pics from today

my yellow is Captive Bred and she is 4 months years old. My friend told me that to make it getting tame is to hold her head so often. Is it true??? Or I Only need is to handle her but don’t need to hold her head???



12/30/08  09:22am

 #1922976


LAZYGUY123
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  Message To: Vicdes   In reference to Message Id: 1922972


 Few Anaconda pics from today

I don’t know about holding the head. I only do that if I have to. I think holding the head actually puts more stress on the snake making it not want to be held even more.



12/30/08  09:36am

 #1922987


Vicdes
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  Message To: LAZYGUY123   In reference to Message Id: 1922976


 Few Anaconda pics from today

Okay. Thank you for help Mr.Lazyguy. see you.



12/30/08  10:16am

 #1923061


DJDeron
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  Message To: Vicdes   In reference to Message Id: 1922987


 Few Anaconda pics from today

As Lazyguy mentioned, gripping it behind the head will stress the animal since most natural predators will go for the snake’s head when attacking. Anacondas are notoriously nervous anyway and require a little more thought when being handled. You have to gain their trust, so think about how a snake perceives the world around them and choose your movements wisely. This means slow and deliberate movements as not to startle them and a regular handling routine to keep them used to you.

Some individual snakes are more aggressive than others due to genetics. Several breeders here in the States are working on anaconda bloodlines with calmer dispositions and the results are promising. Babies from tame parents are proving to be more tame themselves and the more captive bred generations there are in a bloodline, the calmer the offspring seem to be.

Young anacondas can all be nippy at first, so keep working with it and hopefully it will get used to you. But be prepared, some individuals never calm down and are at best predictable biters as adults.



12/30/08  11:52am

 #2055186


RePtIcMoNiTeR
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  Message To: DJDeron   In reference to Message Id: 1923061


 Few Anaconda pics from today

your crazy wrestlin two of them dude!



08/11/09  09:37pm

 #2072160


GoodNPlenty
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  Message To: RePtIcMoNiTeR   In reference to Message Id: 2055186


 Few Anaconda pics from today

Great looking pair! My favorite part of anaconas is the wide range of color differences that are still considered "normal" pattern!

I didn’t know a pool that size could hold 2 anacondas and a set of pythons!

~GNP



09/15/09  03:26pm

 #2075771


Snakeman774
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  Message To: The_2nd_baseman   In reference to Message Id: 1921350


 Few Anaconda pics from today

Hey guys i got a awsome 7 foot yellow anaconda for sale female very tame email me for pics at ok



09/24/09  12:53am

 #2117515


Rickyael
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  Message To: Snakeman774   In reference to Message Id: 2075771


 Few Anaconda pics from today

do you still have the 14 ft one you got from me?



01/26/10  03:05pm

 #2133480


Billysnakes
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  Message To: LAZYGUY123   In reference to Message Id: 1921279


 Few Anaconda pics from today

Hey lazy guy anything for sale bro condas or cool retics let me know billy or email me at



03/16/10  10:49pm


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