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Beginner Snakes

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Posted by: Graniteer at Sun Jan 28 22:20:27 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Graniteer ]  
   

Hello. I am thinking about getting a snake. I already have a couple leopard geckos, so herps wouldn't be brand new to me. This is probably a bit of a dumb question, but are there any smaller sized snakes that don't potentially outgrow, say, a 20 long sized tank? Also, to add to this brain teaser, are there any that don't eat mice or rats? I was just thinking since I already have crickets on hand that it would be a good use of them. Oh, and one more caveat. I don't want it to be a garter snake. So, if there is any chance at all of this snake existing, please let me know. Thanks.


   

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