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Hatchling Mussuranas

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Posted by: vanstorm1 at Sun Oct 2 10:16:41 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by vanstorm1 ]  
   

I finally had a chance to pick up a pair of hatchling mussurana at the begining of the month and I had a few questions regarding feeding. Currently I have been hand feeding (FF) them mouse tails and occasionaly leaving FT pinks in each of their cages over night to see if they would eat them (which they have not yet). What are some tips from those of you that keep mussuranas would recommend to me to get them taking pinks? Can I feed them baby corn snakes, anoles, house geckos etc... ? Best ways to scent? If I do get them to eat reptile prey my fear is that they would imprint on the food items and not want to accept rodent prey in the future. Any advice or tips is greatly appreciated.

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