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Due to having to downsize our home it is with much deep regret
that I will have to put my snake collection up for sale.

I have built up my collection over the last 8 years and have
been a hobby breeder for the last 6 years adding some very
nice animals to the collection, including
a World First in the “Cos Savannah Fire” that I produced in 2015.

I think I have priced the snakes at a very competitive price for the top quality animals that

they are.
You will then receive the whole setup for free effectively.
I am looking to sell the complete setup as a whole, which includes:
Snakes
Tubs
Bowls
Racks x 6
Heating (Including thermostats)
Incubator
Whole bag of Lignocel 75litre
Frozen Rats & Mice (Worth approx. £200)
Complete ball python book
The ultimate Ball Python book.

Complete £3,000

Males
09 Fire (Proven) 1706g
12 Butter Pastel 2370g
12 Cos Mojave (Proven) 2260g
13 Enchi Fire 1365g
13 Banana Cinnamon (Proven) 1318g
14 Fire no1 733g
14 Fire no5 994g
14 Butter Spider Super Pastel 2245g
15 Savannah no5 988g
15 Savannah no4 854g
16 Banana Cinnamon 580g
16 Banana Spinner 796g

Females
09 Pastel 1262g
09 Cinnamon (Proven) 2614g
13 Enchi 1978g
13 Firemon (Proven) 2052g
13 Spinner blast (Proven) 2504g
14 Fire no4 1782g
14 Butter Spider Pastel 1734g
14 Butter Super Pastel 1526g
14 Leopard Pastel Phantom 2106g
15 Savannah Fire 1108g
15 Cos Savannah Fire (World First on WOB) 1784g
16 Pinstripe 493g
16 Pewter blast 762g

Pics and more info on request

Thanks
Pete




Category:   Snakes  
Breed:   Black Kingsnake  
Age:    
Price:    
Country:   UK  
Region:   ALL  
Postcode: E1 5NG 
Telephone: 07096662565 
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(NB: This advert was published on 05.05.17)

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