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"My 6-year-old grandson has had "Peter Parker" for 2 1/2 years. He has survived not eating for up to 3 weeks, but now he is on a schedule.
Peter Parker has just molted for the second time and he is as big as the inside of my hand. I am not sure how big they are suppose to get or how they live, but this last molt, Peter got really really big.
We do not hold him as he was bought for my grandson by his grandfather and no one has ever braved the waters on how to proceed with the initial contract.
We are about to get an Albino sand boa? I think it is called. Wonder if it is okay to put the cages next to each other or if they could spread mites/bad stuff back and forth? Any advice or personal knowledge is greatly appreciated. "
"Teresa for Vincent"
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