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Old 10-05-2020, 11:33 PM
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Default Spent 4 days making this!

Spent 4 days making this, hope to really get this in front of the people who need to see this most. My goal for this is to get this in front of as many snake keepers as possible. If even 10 people see this and they each have 20 snakes I hope this has a significant effect on welfare.

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Old 11-05-2020, 12:42 AM
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Well narrated.

But we all know royal pythons spend all their time underground in rodent warrens so they never see the sun. That's why people keep then in dark rack systems

Joking apart, I'm sure that your video will now get linked to every time a newbie comes one here and asks the question " Does my cornsnake need UV ?" especially as it has links to the scientific studies we've been referring to in the past.

For me you should have ended the video with the scripted part. Adding your own off the cuff remarks took a way that air of professionalism that you had. Having said that it was still 100 times better than I could do... I hate doing voice over
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