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Re: Best Starter Snake


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Posted by milkman on March 05, 2003 at 22:45:00:

In Reply to: Best Starter Snake posted by scorpian5 on March 05, 2003 at 18:37:01:

I would say a rosy boa or a sand boa are good choices,but if it was me I would probably get a corn snake they are good beginner snakes they eat well and are good tempered,and cheap you can get one for probably $15.As for the kingsnakes they are good to but they get a little bit bigger but they generally are good eaters and freindly snakes and milksnakes would not be your best choice for a beginner.They are a little tricky sometimes when it comes to eating and one minute there fine and the next he might be bitting your hand,I love milsnakes I think they are beautiful snakes I have 2 a eastern milk and a New Mexican milk.I hope this helps.And good luck with your new snake no matter which one you choose I am sure you will be happy.

CHEERS
DERRICK
MILKMAN





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