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Re: I always thought stargazing was a symptom-


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Posted by creep77 on March 23, 2003 at 14:48:21:

In Reply to: I always thought stargazing was a symptom- posted by meretseger on March 21, 2003 at 14:24:46:

I remember reading about it someplace as a generic term used for a disease specific to snakes. Maybe I'm wrong. Thanks


:With a lot of different causes. That it could be caused by anything that affects the nervous system. Unless there's something specific to vipers that I missed. I have a 'stargazing' sand boa that I think just has some sort of chronic neurological issue- whatever it is, he hasn't passed it on to his cagemate. He's sort of funny to watch.





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