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pyro not eating

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Posted by: steeve111 at Sun Nov 22 01:05:50 2015  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by steeve111 ]  
   

When I first got this 2015 Pyro, it was taking FT pinks well, but it stopped eating about 5 weeks ago and when I tried live pinks, they just seem to scare her away and she looks to be getting real skinny (she is my most active snake; always trying to get out of the terrarium). Almost all my other 2015 Kings are eating fine, even got my Gray Band off lizards and onto live pinks, two at a time. Can't figure it out and am worried the Pyro may die. I also have an adult Cal King and adult Thayeri that have not eaten lately, but they are fat looking so maybe just stopped eating for the winter, although I'm not brumating them; the room is still averaging temps in the mid 70s.
Any help appreciated.


   

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