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Everglades Behavior...

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Posted by: ChrisErica at Sun Jun 2 17:55:11 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ChrisErica ]  
   

I have a male and female everglades in the same cage now for about a week. I noticed the two of them are always together, side by side, or on top of one another. I know that snakes are solitary by nature, but this is crazy, they're almost like boyfriend and girlfriend. They seem to be enjoying each others company too much. I'm tempted to just leave them together. Is this behavior normal with mates or is this strictly due to the mating season?


   

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