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Keeping Cal Kings together

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Posted by: snakesdjf at Tue Feb 19 22:44:03 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by snakesdjf ]  
   

Many years ago I kept 2 hatchling cal kings( a pair) together and they never bothered each other and would lay on top of each other. They were both kept well fed and would be separated during feeding. Well a year and a half later one night for some reason the female turned on the male and tried to eat him. she was constricting him and I safely pried them a part from each other. since then I have always kept them separate. honestly it is not worth the risk. they are unpredictable. Even during breeding they should also be supervised. Dave


   

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