I have a male python for sale due to relationship breakup I bought him for my ex partner and due to me not being comfortable with handling him I've come to the decision to sell him he comes with a vivarium and heat mat cave and water pool.
He is friendly and does like to be handled but does become temperamental when he's hungry he's currently eating pinky mouses and will be on his last mouth this week so will need to buy more they are cheap enough 6 for £2.50 at pets at home.
He is collection only I will not beable to bring him to you as I do not drive I am located in Deighton, Huddersfield please feel free to send me a text if you are interested.
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