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RE: baby egg eaters

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Posted by: englishaussie at Thu Oct 18 18:14:01 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by englishaussie ]  
   

Hi,
i bred D medici & hatched out several babies. Great little snakes but really hard to feed as they are so tiny trying to find eggs for them is impossible.
Adults take quail eggs no problem & you can buy those online. If you can find someone that breeds finches can supply you with eggs you are going to have a hard time feeding the babies. All mine died.
Egg eaters are also breeding machines & contually lay clutches for months even without a male. I sold mine. D Scabra are bigger & easier to feed babies.

Good luck with them.


   

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