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  1. Snakes
    My 6 month old MBK (Kai) has a tendency to try and eat anything that goes into his viv, mainly mine and my gf's hands... To expand on that, I got him at about 2-3 months old, first time I got him out he was fine, little bit scatty. He'd pretty much eat anything I put in front of him, starting...
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    ive had my corn snake for a little while now he/she is about 10 months old and 30 inches long, it is a amel corn snake. i think i made a mistake, ive always fed the corn snake in its enclosure but the mistake is, every time i got to change the water or spot clean it comes out of its hide in...
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    well i thought i would just give a guide on what tap training REALLY is, there seems to be a lot of mis-conceptions of tap training, such as that its cruel, harmful, nasty and so on...in fact it is the COMPLETE opposite! and i feel it is a valuable "technique" for any keepers of larger (and...
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    Hi guys, My 5-month old Colombian Rainbow Boa is incredibly gentle in its nature...especially its feeding response! As soon as I have the fuzzy dangling about he comes to invistigate, and then spends about a minute with his nose touching the fuzzy's nose. I keep giving a little push until he...
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    My Ghost Pinstripe girl hasn't been eating for the last 3 weeks - since she had took 3 pinkies (1 which I had to feed to her) I've only been able to get her to eat two pinkies (though I haven't tried absolutely everything yet, and she's still active, so I'm not panicking about her not eating)...
  6. Snakes
    Hey all THought i should share this... Just got nailed by my 5ft Burm, classic feeding day thing, I'd earlier been using a hair dryer to heat up a few rats so the air was full of their scent. Opened up the door to my 5ft burms viv to do the water and WACK - he struck right onto my right...
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