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Posted by gofer on April 16, 2003 at 07:55:39:
In Reply to: Re: She bit you??? posted by BILLY on April 15, 2003 at 23:45:23:
Thats how my pits are too, they seem to be about the calmest snakes i have. My one suriname and black milks are pretty calm too though, but my corns are usually squirmy. They don't bite me much, but most of mine also don't settle down while i'm handling them. I am very impressed with thier size and being so docile. My white sideds need a little work, but the rest are great. I am hopefully getting some N. Pines this summer, so wish me luck that they are as calm as yours.
Have a good one,
:I have noticed that my pits are calmer than any other kind of snake I own. All of my snakes are calm, but the pits are the ones I can sit and hold them for hours in my hand, chilling out and relaxing with me. My northern pine fell asleep for about half an hour one time as I held him with one hand. It was so cool!!!!
::LOL, well, my corns always bite me, but thats why i like my pits so much, they seem a lot more docile then my corns. I am eventually thinking of getting completely out of corns and sticking with pits. Hopefully she doen'st bite you again, was she upset or hungry by chance?
::Have a good one, and thanks for hte new pics.
:::She bit me.