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Posted by crimsonking on December 14, 2002 at 16:37:02:

In Reply to: A question posted by Blackwater on December 14, 2002 at 16:01:30:

:I am wondering what your coral snake eats? The habitat seems a little sparse for a coral snake and I wondered how it was adapting to life in captivity. Since most coral snakes burrow a lot and the substrate doesn't look like it's too comfortable for burrowing, it occurred to me that it might be stressed....

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:he's only there for pics. He was just caught the other day. I have no plans to keep this guy, however in the past I have fed them ringnecks and other snakes, as well as skinks. I thought I'd post the pic here AND the Field Collecting forum.




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