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Re: Corn Snakes not eating


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Posted by Buddy Grout on March 29, 2001 at 13:44:26:

In Reply to: Corn Snakes not eating posted by Violet on March 29, 2001 at 12:36:30:

: One corn snake "Hades" hasn't eaten in four weeks. She just jurkes her head away when I try to feed her. The other corn snake "Affi" Hasen't eatten for two weks. I would like to know why? They are in the same cadge so is it possible that they are sick? They just turned two years old, could it also be possible that they might be carrying unferetilized eggs? I didn't hiberbate them but even though they are not eating they are still a little tubby. Any idea's?

They could be more interested in finding a mate or already gravid. How is the temp. where you are?
Are they in seperate cages? Buddy.




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