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We are downsizing our snake collection after looking after reptiles for over a decade due to increased pressures at work. We are experienced snake keepers who's collection include extra large pythons and a Green Anaconda.

Sadly, it is time for our largest Albino Burmese Python “Custard” to find a new home. We have had Custard since she was a hatchling in 2009. She has never been bred.

Custard is gigantic Burmese, estimated to be between 12-14 foot long and with extreme girth, she is a very powerful snake and simply beautiful.

Currently her favorite food is large rabbits but she still enjoys large Guinea Pigs and Super Rats. She has always been healthy and a great feeder and sheder, she still trends to shed in just a couple of pieces, which is remarkable for a snake this size.

I would think she has to be one of the biggest examples in the country. When she is hungry she can be a tad vivarium defensive and occasionally will strike out at the vivaiurm glass when she sees you however this stops as soon as you touch her and she realises you are not her dinner!

Once out of her vivarium she is more than pleasant and tame and has never shown any form of aggression nor ever bitten, she has been well raised.

Questions welcomed. Please note that a Burmese Python of this size isn't for beginner keepers, she is a very powerful and potentially lethal snake in the wrong hands, experience of large species would be sensible! We will not sell her to anyone as want her to go to a forever home for the rest of her life. Delivery possible depending on location in the South.

You will need a very large vivarium, currently in an enclosure just under 9ft.

Vivarium not included. If advert is still live the snake is still for sale. Thanks for reading.

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  • Portsmouth, Hampshire
Advert Type
Private Advert
Albino Burmese
Current Age
11 years
CITES Article 10
No - this species does not require an Article 10 certificate