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Posted by highlander1 on April 17, 2003 at 18:34:49:

In Reply to: I have to disagree with some of this. And a note to Rob,.... posted by BrianSmith on April 17, 2003 at 16:10:48:

Hell i'm not even a professional and knowed that from his original post and which is what i put in my followup post to his.Has all of these years of experience fried yall's brain or something LOL(anyone who thinks its a feeding error)?Like i said snakes arent dumb creatures and can differentiate from different smells and usually will bite if its not a smell they are used to.For instance the lysol.The snake knowed it was a different smell and reacted accordingly to what she felt was a threat.Obviously if she was fed a 10 lb. bunny 5 days before she's not going to be hungry unless thats his feeding schedule and if it was i would either switch routines or handle her between the 5 day period.All snakes dont just make a quick bite when defensive and let go.I have saw some that would just hold on until they either have had enough or until you got them off.Regards Bill McLeod

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