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RE: Researching Snakes, Any Help is Appreciated

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Posted by: candb at Sun Nov 13 06:10:36 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by candb ]  
   

Reptibark is a very good substrate. Yes, snakes eat unthawed frozen mice and such. I think that a Corn snake would be much more better than a milk or king and you can go check out the corn snake forum and everyone there can help you out. Also UTH are a way better source of heat than a lamp, some snakes need lighting like water snakes and green snakes but they are not for beginners. You should deffinetly look into corn snakes, there are 100's of morphs and i think your son would really like them. Just check out the corn snake forum.




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1.0 Albino Corn "Lucky"
1.0 Snow Corn "Snow"
0.0.4 Southern Ringneck "Collar", "Bc", "Lazy", "Biggie"
1.0 Green Amevia "Gizard"


   

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