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RE: QUESTION.....??? DO SNAKES cal.kingsnakes INBREED?? here is why..............

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Posted by: bluerosy at Wed Nov 23 23:32:28 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by bluerosy ]  
   



Posted by: HerperHelmz at Wed Nov 23 16:18:56 2005 [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ]

2 Rubber Boas in 1 enclosure and 1 is eating a lizard? Is that what I am seeing?


Posted by: vip3ridae at Wed Nov 23 18:34:38 2005 [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ]

Looks like some sort of bark....Rubber boa eating a lizard.... And 2 in a cage....Interesting.


I don't get it. There is nothing wrong for two rubbers to be housed together(?)

It actually looks like one was just born from the thin adult that may just be taking its first meal in a long time.







   

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