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Re: I tried it all they still won't eat

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Posted by Aaron on October 13, 2002 at 12:52:27:

In Reply to: I tried it all they still won't eat posted by The_Jaguar on October 13, 2002 at 02:10:02:

How are the snakes set up?
What kind of lizard are you using?
The snakes need a warm area 82-86 degrees and a cool area about 70 degrees and a tight, dark hiding spot. The lizards most often prefered are Cophosaurus species. Try offering baby Sceloperous (Fence Lizards) or Uta (Side-Blotched Lizards). If that doesn't work or you can't get any lizards push pinky pieces (legs and tails) lubricated with water down their throats with a blunt intrument, a large sexing probe works well or pinky pump them.
Do a search of this forum on feeding and you should get alot more information.

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