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My adult corn snake has been more active than usual. He's in a 70 gallon glass show tank (custom made) habit, inside his glass habit temperature is 80.4 with humidity at 29%.
The last 48 hours he's been usually active. Constantly on the move, stretching his self all the way to the top of cage (has if trying to escape). Tried feeding him a week ago and he just killed the mouse but didn't eat it. And It had been a month since he had eaten.
Now he is in the very active stage and not eating. Why is this and what can I do to fix this if it's a problem?

Please help with true facts and real answers.


Thank you,
Jennifer
 

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Are you certain of the snakes sex? How often was it eating previously? Any changes to its habitat?
Going off food can be down to the snake feeling frisky, but also habitat issues or just not in the mood.
My first corn often refused food, but lived for nearly 24yrs. He was always active.
My current corn is often very active, especially when it wants feeding.
 
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