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RE: THANKS EVERYONE!!

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Posted by: Rick Staub at Thu Feb 9 10:47:59 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Rick Staub ]  
   

Thanks for the update.

Herpetoculturists tend to want to box everything up and slap a label on it. That is all well and good, but we should remember that dehydration is common in many diseases/conditions, so it is therefore likely that different diseases/conditions might manifest similar symtomologies. Throw on top of that the potential for different subspecies or even populations to react differently and it gets very complex very fast, especially considering none of us are making any controlled observations. We are just trying to keep our snakes alive. To that end it would be great if you could come back and post up what x,y, and z things you did and any observations you made once your zoanata have recovered.
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