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RE: Novice breeders needs advice.

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Posted by: FR at Wed Apr 8 11:49:12 2015  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

Naturally they winter together. So we do that. Then separate as needed by my needs or lack of caging, hahahahahahaha Sorry for saying to much, but the point is, what you read has little to do with the animals, instead a product of how they are kept. The reality is, you can keep them in any way you want, and in many different ways. Its up to you. Only be aware of the animals, like, did not place two starving snakes together. That's not a good idea, or if your going to keep them in groups, let them learn about other snakes when as young as possible. or if you acquire older animals, place them together during non feeding seasons(winter) After you do that, you can separate or keep them together at any time. Its simple behavior.


   

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