18 babies for sale £45 or near offer.
Been checked over by a snake specialist and all is ok. All have shed and eaten 3 times and are ready to go.
Sexes unknown as far to young to probe. Various patterns with colours of orange’s, hints of yellow, white and reds. All but 3 are ready to go now.
Anything else you want to know please feel free to get in contact with me.
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