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RE: kingsnake bonding

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Posted by: FR at Tue Apr 22 09:04:45 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

Sorry my computer died, so I am a little late on this thread
Yes, read more. First let me attack you a bit. You mentioned these are not mammals and do not have the brain power for such things. To me this is you rationalizing your limited understanding. That is, you pick something to support what you do not understand. So I ask, why not pick other things to support bonding? Its about that simple. The facts, kingsnakes live in colonies, they do not eat eachother, they also do not egg eachothers eggs, or offspring. Simply put, if they did, kingsnakes would be rare as they know where the eggs, offspring, and other kings are. Also, animals above them and below them on the evolutionary chain, live is flocks, schools, groups etc. To occur in flocks, groups, schools etc is too recognize those in your group and form a bond. I can go on and on about this, but whats important is, kings do it. and its easy to see, duplicate, and prove. You just have to do it, not NOT do it. end part 1


   

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