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im new to all this snake stuff and was just wondering if theres somewhere simple to see all the diffrent coloured corn snakes?

also (sorry for the questions) can you keep to 3 month old corn snakes together happily or will they attack,especially a female and male?

many thanks :0)
 

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all the corn morphs are here in one place, with pictures so you can see what they look like...

www.iansvivarium.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/cornmorphs.html

Young corns are best kept seperate. It makes life a lot easier when it comes to feeding time, you will know which snake has shed, poo'ed etc, and it eliminates the chances of one snake passing over any nasties to the other. The worst case scenario of keeping them together is one may eat the other. This is extremely rare, but it does happen.
 

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wow! there are so many how can anyone learn to recognise all them!
 

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ohhhh my gawd lol,now im totally smitten and confused hehe :lol:
 

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dumbblonde said:
wow! there are so many how can anyone learn to recognise all them!

Lol it's crazy how many morphs of ONE speices of snake there are huh? But if you look at a Abbotts Okeetee (which accures in the wild) it will still take all the morphs a for run for there money :D
 
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