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Gaboon regurgitation

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Posted by: TexasTreeViper at Sat Jan 21 18:53:08 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by TexasTreeViper ]  
   

I have had a '04 female gaboon viper that has never refused a meal since I aquired her back in November but now all of the sudden she has regurgitated her last two meals. The first one happened while I was out of town so how long she actually keep it down is unknown. This last one was fed on 1/15 and I found it last night when I got home. She is around 36" long and gets fed one large rat every other week. My male, who is keep in the same rack has had no problems whatsoever. My initial thoughts were maybe the prey items were too large but the male is the same size and he handles them like a champ. Anyone out there have any ideas?


   

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