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RE: Saharan sand boa

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Posted by: CSR at Sat Jan 21 14:23:17 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by CSR ]  
   

I have never really had any feeding issues with Saharan's. The only exception is with males, they seem to skip a meal once in a while. be very careful about leaving a live rodent unattended with a snake, rodents get hungry too! I'd be careful feeding two snakes in the same enclosure. I did that once and five minutes later.. no rodent and one HUGE snake, it later regurged its mate, and then it died. If you only have one per enclosure you can avoid possible exposure to health issues from one snake to another, and keep better track of who ate and who didn't.
What is your exact setup? temps? etc.


   

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