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Re: Starter Snake


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Posted by vareptilerescue on January 13, 2003 at 19:43:41:

In Reply to: Starter Snake posted by Sairys on January 13, 2003 at 19:29:08:

:I would prefer a snake that is slender in girth and grows to the range preferably of 4 to 6 feet. I need experience to someday move onto more expensive breeds such as the savu python, and eventually an emerald tree boa. As this is my first snake I only plan on spending close to or under $200.00(canadian funds) which elimates quite a few.

:Any help would be greatful

Hi, I strongly recommend you look at any of the various cornsnake morphs. They fit your description perfectly. Long, slender, and easy to care for. Take a look at the classifieds area to see some pics of the many difference colors this snake is available in. And, check out the ratsnake forum for more information.

I hope this helps!

Bonnie Keller
VA Reptile Rescue


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