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RE: Getting baby copperheads to eat

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Posted by: celticvamp at Fri Nov 12 09:28:08 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by celticvamp ]  
   

So what is this place? I thought it was forums where people should feel welcome to come and ask questions or advice. Do we know if the OP tried most conventional methods to entice feeding? Do we know if they spent countless hours scouring websites researching, oh then come across forums and figured someone here may have an answer. I am sure that your response could be coppied and pasted to every question someone comes to the forums and asks. At least this person cared enough to try to seek additional ideas. I wonder how many are afraid to ask a question similar to the one here for fear of being ridiculed after reading this thread and just allow the animal to die. I've studdied reptiles my entire life and have my own meathods of dealing with problems such as this. But I still find myself at times wanting to hear others ideas. That's how you do just what you suggested. You do your homework by furthering your knowledge. Even if you already think you know it all. You can always learn something new.


   

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