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Re: Seasons in Singapore (Important for breeding project)!!!!!!!


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Posted by annushkha on October 08, 2001 at 23:21:00:

In Reply to: Seasons in Singapore (Important for breeding project)!!!!!!! posted by Tony Baez on August 07, 2001 at 20:43:51:

hey!!! you keep the oriental whip snakes? the thing is that I truly love those snakes the most. I tried keeping one, it is a wild caught one but unfortunately it is a full grown (about 2m+) and though extremely beautiful, was very skirtish whenever I handle it.

so I had to let it go.

now I keep a ball python, and he is doing fine. love him lots. but I'm really interested in the ahaetulla prasina. tell me more about it can you? what does it eat? I've tried scouring the web for information about it. but it seems that it is not a popular choice of snake pets.


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