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RE: Hatchling question

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Posted by: mrkent at Mon Dec 12 23:26:38 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by mrkent ]  
   

Thanks for the reply Joe. I am going to attempt feeding them for a couple of weeks, but will probably cool them again if they don't eat by the 24th. I am leaving then for a week.

My concern with keeping them up longer than that is that they will use up their reserves. They don't have much since they didn't eat after hatching before I cooled them.

If I do end up cooling them again, I am considering leaving them until February or March, so that the longer daylight hours might work in their favor.
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1.1 Hypo (het lavender, striped) corn snakes, 2010
1.2 Gray-banded king snakes, blairs phase, 2008
0.0.17 Gray-banded king snakes, 2011
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