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Posted by woodheadd on April 28, 2003 at 17:26:27:
In Reply to: mexican black kingsnakes posted by IcedGoddess on April 28, 2003 at 16:24:16:
:HI all, haven't got any kings myself yet, just began breeding corns this season. I saw the eastern indigo snake on animal planet, and thought "I must have one of those!", but they do get awfully long:-) Then I saw a picture of a mexican black kingsnake. It was a mini indigo! (by mini i certainly don't mean small;)) I'm wondering if any of you keep/breed them, and what they are like as far as temperment, compared to cornsnakes. Also, do they all have that great shimmer like the eastern indigos?
:Thanks, they may just be my next snake purchase!:)
:I have 1.2 , two are last years babies and one is a year older,I really like them and mine are very shiney and jet black,there tempermants i find are calmer then cal.kings and simular to a corn (imho) but these are my first, i will get an adult pair this year if i can find them for sale,goodluck and good choice