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RE: new blood doing good but...

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Posted by: RustyNuts at Sun Dec 12 18:58:22 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by RustyNuts ]  
   

I think she looks thin so I need someone to have a look a let me know.I also wonder how old she is per her size( I know many variables there)..

Nah, she's not too thin. Not overly plump but not too thin either. Is she still feeding well?

She looks like a 2010 hatchling so she was probably born sometime late summer.

Having a little trouble with keeping heat from fluctuating in the bin.I have her in a heated room but our house is sooo old and drafty its always a challenge to keep the snake cages or tanks stable.

What range of temperatures does it fluctuate between? And how are you heating the bin?

Also after looking at all the beautiful bloods on here she isnt so pretty anymore.Will her colors get better or stay the same?

She's a nice looking little snake, and they do go through quite a transformation as they mature. There's ALWAYS going to be one that's prettier so I wouldn't get too hung up on that.

You should check out the forums on bloodpython.com.


   

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