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Hi, as some may know, i picked up a Dumerils Boa yesterday. She was nice to handle, wouldnt stay in her viv, she wouldnt let me close the lid lol, so came and had a lap of te reptile room. I was doing my normal feeding routine yesterday and i had a large mouse left over. So, i offered her one. She didnt have it, as i expected but i left it in anyway. Today, i tried to get her out, and she struck at me. Do you think she is now hungry? As she hasnt eaten for a while, as young dumerils sometimes dont. But usually, she is a very friendly nice snake. Or could it be that the stress of trains have caught up with her? Or is she hungry?


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Could you briefly describe her set-up?
 

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i would leave her for 3-4 days dont disturb her. Unless watering. Then try and feed her.
My dumerils tend to do this. They strike fast dont they!!!!! :mf_dribble::flrt:
Good luck:notworthy:
 

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I'd say stress, & a little peace & quite needed:2thumb:
 

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i would leave her for 3-4 days dont disturb her. Unless watering. Then try and feed her.
My dumerils tend to do this. They strike fast dont they!!!!! :mf_dribble::flrt:
Good luck:notworthy:

Just abit fast lol. I shat my self.


Setup = hide on hot end. hide on cool end surrounded by moss. water bowl in the middle.
 
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