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Definately a modem warning, some awesome pictures though...


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Posted by Brandon Osborne on May 11, 2003 at 23:32:29:

In Reply to: Definately a modem warning, some awesome pictures though... posted by jay6850 on May 10, 2003 at 11:45:33:

Jason,
might I offer you a little advice........seperate all of your snakes asap. If not for the possibility of cannibalism, for keeping records. Terry's post above is well worth reading. Keeping good records is a must when dealing with multiple breeders, especially when using multiple males with one female and vice versa. Good luck with the breedings, but please take my advice to heart. I would really hate to see something bad happen to any of your snakes.

Brandon Osborne


:Last, I must tell you that I am starting to breed mice, I'm 15 years old, and dont like to spend money on the frozen ones anymore, its just too much when you have three fully grown Brooksi's. Any ways, when I know that they females are pregnant, I am going to seperate them, but for right now, I have three males, and three females in one tank, Thanks for looking, Jason



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