I've had my corn for about 6 months now and love him to bits, but I think i've been bitten by the bug! I'm thinking of getting a 2nd snake in the next few months. Choices at the moment are:
Irian Jaya Carpet
Dwarf boa, e.g. Crawl Cay
another Corn, perhaps a butter...
hi guys, i currently hav a male hypo corn snake and:blush:
i am looking for my next snake and i dont really no which 1 to get
i am looking for a snake less than 10ft
likes being handled
easy to care for
:2thumb:i planing my second snake i have a king but ive got the bug were should i go next ,dwa ,python or stick with what i know were did u start :gasp: what would u segest and plz be honest this might help others:welcome: an a snalke is for 20+ year plz give why u suggest and good and bad...
it is my birthday coming up and my parents have said that I can get another reptile (snake or monitor liz) and I have no idea what to get. I got my corn 2 years ago after YEARS or persuasion. I would research anything thoroughly and prepare way in advance.
I already have a big carpet in...
I'm trying to make the tough decision on what snakes to get next. I currently own a male royal and female hogg island boa. I've decided that I'd definately like a brazilian rainbow boa but I'd also like an albino of sorts (not a royal tho). The chosen snake will have to be comfortable...
hi ive got a gopher snake and a cb11 royal but am thinking of what to get next. i will be going to the kiddy show in november so am thinking of getting one or 2 to ad to my small collection.any ideas and advice would be much appriciated and if anyone feels like added some pics id be over the...
I know, I know... Another thread about new snake ideas. But I think they are fun to hear why people recommend certain snakes.
I only have one snake atm, but my addiction is started. :surrender:
Only had the BRB girl for about 6 weeks, so I will not be getting anything for a few months...
I am looking for a snake for my birthday next month, I would like something fairly colourful / patterned. So far I have considered corns and milk snakes. Price is unfortunately a barrier, up to around £60 for a hatchling. I have no worries about a larger snake, though not retic...
I want to get a medium sized and was thinking common boa, carpet or maybe dwarf burmese
I basically just want to know about these 3 species (temperament, size, requirements, resilience.. etc) and other similar species suggestions are good too
I know I could find out all this through research...