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RE: kingsnake bonding

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Posted by: snakekate at Tue Apr 22 10:12:40 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by snakekate ]  
   

Also, I am open to ALL methods that are seen on this site, so why it is here. Everyone has different experiences, we all have the right to share them. You have some great points, but don't ever forget kingsnakes are cannibals, and that is what can make them very different from other snakes. Be careful about applying human emotions to snakes, especially kingsnakes. They are if nothing else, unpredictable. I have a 'colony' of boas, that I keep together because as of yet, they are not stressed by each other. But I personally would never ever put my California kings together, they try to eat anything and everything that moves, and ALL my Calis are like that. Doesn't matter how much or what I feed them, they will try and eat my finger haha. So why I say keep an open mind and talk to others. Especially if you are just starting with kings, they are incomparable to most snakes because they are soo varied in there behaviors. I cant stress it enough, be careful. Again, I am not undermining your knowledge, I am giving you what I have learned through extensive research, and hands on experience and a bit of heartbreak. Bonding will not work with all snakes! Hopefully someone with more experience with bonding will give their advice, in what king species are best to try it with.



   

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