I recently added a new snake (a 5yo Okeetee corn snake) to my growing collection. Unfortunately the previous owner knew nothing about snakes and fed her her the day I took her home mg: and was handling her during the exchange! I then waited ten days in order to feed her again and she readily accepted a FT adult mouse. Afterwards to my surprise over a week later while checking on her I discovered that not only had she shed but there was what I can only assume was regurgitate in her cold hide! The strangest part is that I had checked in on her earlier and there was no vomit whatsoever. I also had not handled her at all up until this point and of course she had been left completely alone to digest the days following her eating. She is currently being housed in her original habitation which is a large wooden enclosure with a glass bottom. It is heated with a thermostat and under tank heater and maintains a temperature gradient of 29.4-21C. She has access to two hides and a moist hide when she is in shed and also has a large water bowl. Does anyone have an idea of why she would vomit especially so long after eating? Any advice on how to proceed? Other than this she seems friendly and healthy.