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Breakfast Time!

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Posted by: pyromaniac at Mon Jan 28 12:39:37 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by pyromaniac ]  
   


The baby Pacifics at feeding time this morning. They are the only snakes I have not in brumation; they hatched so late in the season I wanted them to put on some growth before any brumation attempts. Its fun to have at least some snakes to enjoy during the winter. This group feeding has worked out well, although I would not recommend it generally. Two of the five babies were extremely shy and would not eat in feeding containers, hence just keep them all together and feed them this way, enough for everybody. All have grown nicely.
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Bob
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Keeping cats allows man to cohabitate with tigers. Keeping reptiles allows man to cohabitate with dinosaurs.


   

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