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after uming and aring over what snake to get for my first snake im set on a corn! i love the royals but feel i need a bit of confidence and experience but will get one next year...so a corn it is never heard a bad word for the corn and they come highly recommended by alot of you, my uncles friend is a corn breeder so hoping there might be one for me there, im after the anery morph. anyone now a good care sheet for more info..
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googled it found some good info cheers...how long does a corn take to reach its full length, just wondered if a got a young corn that starts of in a tub how long before needing to go into its final viv, and is a 3 or 4 ft best..
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biggers always better for adults! so a 4ft would be great. for a hatchling up to a few months i would use a large flat faunarium then when it gets to big for that it should be able to go into a viv although you could go from faunarium to a 50L really useful box
 

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google,....man if all this internet stuff was around when i was a young buck!..i had to always go to the library and try to find info!!
 

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or instead of google you come to a REPTILE forum to find help with all these people saying use google it makes me wonder whether its worth having this forum?
 

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or instead of google you come to a REPTILE forum to find help with all these people saying use google it makes me wonder whether its worth having this forum?
ah! advice is what a forum is for. but you can't realisticly give an entire snake 101 class every time someone wants to know about a snake. i could write several pages on how to take care of something and still not cover most of the subject. asking questions is great!!! but we all should do a little homework and take it from there. besides, there are so many caresheets to get someone started. ... study and ask questions....you all know i like to talk and explain!!:lol2: it's all good!!:no1:
 

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thanks for the info..got some shopping to do, going to hit the libary at uni in the morning, get some bedtime reading....
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ah! advice is what a forum is for. but you can't realisticly give an entire snake 101 class every time someone wants to know about a snake. i could write several pages on how to take care of something and still not cover most of the subject. asking questions is great!!! but we all should do a little homework and take it from there. besides, there are so many caresheets to get someone started. ... study and ask questions....you all know i like to talk and explain!!:lol2: it's all good!!:no1:
thats why you say see if theres the info you need in the "caresheet" section of the forum :Na_Na_Na_Na:
 

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Good choice. Wish you good luck getting and looking after your corn!
 

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good choice my first snake was a royal becuse corns can be tooo quick wen there young and with kids and sofas everywhere to many plases to escape
 
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