One of my top snakes to be sure. I really lucked into her and am glad I did.
These guys tend to top out at around 2m but larger specimines have been had from time to time.
Chondros do have a reputation for being snappy but they are nowhere near retics. And part of it comes from misunderstanding the nature of the animal. Chondros are almost exclusively nocturnal. As such, when someone sticke their hand into the cage during the day it "scares" the snake awake and the first instinct then is to snap in defense. Likewise, if you try to go in at night when they are in hunt mode then you get hit because you are mistaken for prey. When you take these factors into account you can usually work around them. Both my wife and I handled her yesterday and she was very gentle and curious. No aggressive behaviour at all.