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RE: Albino CK??? new to this!

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Posted by: RossCA at Sun Aug 30 14:42:47 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by RossCA ]  
   

Yeah, thats an albino CA kingsnake. They grow to an average of three and a half to four feet. If you feed them a lot they can get larger. Yeah, pinkies are too small. You can still feed it pinkies but you will spend more money that way. You should try to go to something larger like a crew mouse or hopper. Something around two to three weeks old (the mouse). Once a week is fine or when ever they want to eat. Your snake could be one year old if it was fed a lot. In the wild, I would say two years old. Its hard to say if its 100% Cal king because the pattern is strange. It could have a little desert king in it but more likely its a normal Cal king with an aberrant pattern. You could call it an aberrant albino Cal king. It looks nice too.
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