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Jason Byrne - 2008-06-26
I had what I consider a unique experience with my ball python. I feed him live mice which I know isn't the greatest. At his last feeding he was having a hard time finding the head. So, I picked the mouse up by the tail and held it in front of him and he ate it right out of my hand. I didn't think he would go for it but he did.

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Amanda - 2008-06-25
I bought an albino corn snake 6 weeks ago and she won't eat, I was wondering can any one tell me why please.

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Shelbie - 2008-06-06
I've had my ball for about 2 months. I named him Iggy, from the Maximum Ride series. He is quite loving. He only gives me little kisses and used to love to curl up in my hair, until I cut it. I wouldn't trade him back for anything in the world. My best friend, who used to be/still is deathly afraid of snakes, loves him too. I love my ball python!

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Tnoble - 2008-06-06
I have two RGS. My kids caught them at the river last summer. We feed them crickets from a local bait shop in the winter time. In the spring and summer we catch all kinds of bugs on the front porch (by the lights at night). We live in Alabama so its relatively warm all year and its easy to catch bugs for them. My kids like to take them out of the tank and play with them sometimes. I recently found out that they are male and female because we have eggs in the tank now. She had 5 eggs about 3 weeks ago. They are pale yellow in color and are almost as big as a jelly bean. Im excited to see if they are gonna hatch! I sure hope so! We might have to get a bigger tank for the whole family, I dunno. I wonder if anyone elso has had good luck hatching eggs in captivity.

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Jakub - 2008-05-22
I have had my python for about 3 weeks now and he is so cool, he eats great and he completely loves being handled. He can eat large mice with eaze and his head is only an inch long. I can't think of a name for him though.

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Amanda - 2008-05-20
I caught a rough green about 3 weeks ago, and he is the most gentle snake I have kept. We feed him 3 to 4 crickets every 4 days, he is a good eater and very friendly. At first though we couldn't get him to eat. We thought we would have to release him, but the day came when we were going to let him go, and he ate, lol. He is a great pet, and I would trust my 2 year old son around him any day.

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Ian Amaro - 2008-05-15
I just got my awesome new snake, his name is Chief. He is very colorful, he has black, red, and orange on him. I have him in a 20 gallon tank with a rock and a log. He is about a foot and a half. He likes to be held, unless your hand comes up behind then he gets really scared. He is only about 1 year old. I wish he was older so he was bigger. Well thats what I have to say about my new snake Chief.

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Desaray & Jimmy - 2008-04-27
We've had our snow corn snake, Snoflake, for about two years now. When we first got her she was about an inch longer than a dollar bill and now she is around 2 1/2 feet long. She's the best-tempered snake I've ever seen. She's still a little head shy but we are trying to work her out of that. We also have a cat, and they get along pretty good. Zoey, the cat is curious to find out what Snoflake tastes like and Snoflake is curious about what Zoey smells like. My best advice to you if you have both a corn snake and a cat is to make sure they know each other so she (the cat) knows the snake is a part of the family. And make sure you keep a watchful eye on both of them when you have the snake out of her cage.

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Brandon Runyon - 2008-04-19
My Tangerine Honduran Milksnake is about a foot and a half or close to it. His name is Ace and he is generally very docile, but can be aggressive if you startle him or tap at his head. He has a distinct stripe on one side of his body but doesn't have it on the other side. Ace was lost for five months, but my dad found him under the carpet in the basement back bedroom. Ace is a very fast eater, he can eat a pretty good sized thawed-pinky mouse in 25-30 seconds or less.

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Anonymous - 2008-04-13
We have just recently purchased two Albino Corn Snakes. They are a couple, and have been together since nearly birth.
They're friendly,easy to take care of, and they are completely safe.
At first I was shocked, and a little afraid to hold them, but they wrapped themselves around me on their own, and I've been attached since.
Owning such brilliant, low maintenence, interesting pets has vanished any fear of snakes of mine.
I'd recommend these pets to any snakes seeking owner.

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