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RE: A Garter snake as a "display snake"?

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Posted by: tspuckler at Fri Jul 19 18:13:46 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by tspuckler ]  
   

Most rodent eating snakes are nocturnal. They come out, but it's at night. Garters and other fish/frog eating snakes are mainly active in the daytime. Therefore they make great display snakes.

Tim

Here are a couple of my setups:
Third Eye Herp
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