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Guest Kolobos

Want a Python?

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Guest Kolobos

Anybody looking to adopt a snake? Young python available to a good home...Have tank etc at a price.

Ring Deano 0877830283

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Guest nookiebear

I have one living somewhere in the bottom of the garden,its around 4 metres long & the dia of my arm.

Available FREE to anyone who cares to catch it

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Guest SpicyMartin

I'll have it if it's a Thai Golden Python (albino yellow).

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Guest SpicyMartin

Is it one of these? (Actually an albino Burmese python, not Thai, but don't tell the Thai's!)

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Guest swanks

Impale the head on a nail in the wall and cut round the skin behind it . Split the skin an inch or so underneath and grip with a cloth . Pull down hard and peel it . Split from the vent to the head and remove the gut and ALL the internal organs as you would a chickens. Wash the meat.

Remove the head. Take a full sized coconut leaf and remove the green part leaving the stem which is hollow. Pop the snake into it and put a nail through the top to keep it in. Hit it vigorously with a mallet or som tam bat untill the woody stem collapses and the meat crushes then pull the meat out . The bone will remain embedded in the woody stem. Chop the meat into a 'mince' and add Thai herbs and chilly past then cook to make a dry curry which can be served with sticky rice.

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It wasn't a pet was it ? :verymad:

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