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RE: Feeding technique

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Posted by: St0n3_C0ld at Sat Dec 26 11:58:12 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by St0n3_C0ld ]  
   

Yeah it took me for an hour to finally get the snake to eat, gosh, i was tired but the reward of seeing it swallowed the pinky was greater than ever lol ;p
hopefully it will keep eating for me like you said tho ^^

Just wonder one thing, if this baby snake should ever hatches and survives in the wild, this one is gonna die right?
Well, it took an hour to feed it by presenting the pinky in front of it the whole time. Surely there's nothing that's gonna stay in front of its face waiting for the snake to strike. So this kinda snake never survives in the wild, i guess?
Guess i know why this snake is considered as one of threatened species in Indonesia and protected by laws here in Indonesia, they have a really low survival rate that's why >.


   

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