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not really a problem and i'm sure there will be some people on here with royals that aren't feding thinking "what the hell is this guy moaning about".
My royal has always been a brilliant feeder but recently he has lost his killer instinct, he's not striking at his mice but he is eating them later on in the night when they are left. could he have realised that the mice are not alive therefore meaning he doesn't have to constrict them?
 

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How many times? Mine only does that when hes in shed...
 

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Any change in prey size?? My biggest girl will strike at rats at the small end of the range that comes in the bag, but with the larger ones she looks at them from under her hide but won't eat them straight away.
 

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no change in mouse size although i have moved him onto two of the same size. reason for this being that he appeared to still be searching for food when i was feeding him one. when he was smaller he would just hide away after one mouse.
 
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