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RE: kingsnake bonding

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Posted by: snakekate at Tue Apr 22 10:29:00 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by snakekate ]  
   

Haha, I am not acting tough, I am just VERY passionate about my snakes As are you, and it seems everyone else on this forum, so why people butt heads a little. I find your experience very intriguing, and it is something I will try one day, when I branch into other snakes. But, my main point is, I cant do it with my Cali's. And I have tried, and learned the hard way. My one male cali is about 16 years old, and has for his WHOLE life, only excepted his mate at breeding season. Any other time, he will freak out if she is near, and she does the same. They are only bred to each other, and you'd think they would get used to one an other. Nope, he wont allow ANY snake near him normally. He viciously bunts and strikes them, and gets so stressed out and agitated. And the rest of my kings? Lets just say when I breed them, I always have one eye on them. They can turn in the blink of an eye, and have on many occasion. They can be normal one minute, and than constricting each other in the next. And trust me, i have tried a million different methods to prevent it, they are just unpredictable. I housed two ball pythons together for years, they where fine. I have kept boas together, and yes, boas breed the best when brumated together. But not my Cali kings. They are a whole other ball game lol. And I will gladly read anything that you have to say, like I said, I am very open to others experiance, how else can we lear if not from each other?



   

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