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RE: Researching Snakes, Any Help is Appreciated

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Posted by: expired at Sat Dec 17 20:12:07 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by expired ]  
   

Here are some links I used for looking for one I wanted.
http://milksnakes.com/encyclopedia.htm
http://www.kingsnake.com/highsierra/htm/menu_othermilks.htm
http://www.cornsnakemorphs.com/genetics.html
http://cornsnakes.net/
http://www.serpenco.com/shop/customer/
http://www.exoticsbynature.com/snakephoto.html#milk

dont know if that helps, but hopefully it does.
a 55G tank is double what you need for a small milk/king
For some reason I think that Milk snakes would probably be the more docile of the 2, but a Corn Snake would be the most docile.

and you can look up some care sheets on google.

-Nate


   

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