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RE: Elaphe carinata ?

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Posted by: dinodon at Mon Jun 19 09:43:58 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by dinodon ]  
   

Thanks for the feed back.
One is setteling down well. It lets me handle it, it's a little tricky to get into my hands, but once I'm holding her she's fine.
But what I'm happy about she eats, after I handle her and she now leaves her hide to venture arond the cage, with out panicing.
The male is another story. Just changing his water could put him off eating for a month,and he only leaves his hide to drink or try to find a way out and tears up the cage.

I'v read they eat eggs. I'v offerd mine chicken eggs and they not interested. Do the snakes you'r working with eat them?
How big is the female, and how many eggs did she lay?
Thanks for all the info and advice.


   

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