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Posted by SNAKESDJF on March 19, 2003 at 00:04:03:
In Reply to: Escaped snake help! posted by thefiradragon on March 16, 2003 at 22:11:57:
check inside the closet, most times when a king or milksnake escaped it headed into the darkness of a closet. search everything, inside boxs, clothes on the floor, pockets. i once found my kingsnake in my cd case, you can also leave a pinkie out over nigh on the floor. when you had your snake think about the most times you've seen him active and look during that time, if the hoduran seemed very active in the morning or at night that may be most likely when he may start roaming. in the dark check witha flash light a long the walls under the bed. i know that nothing is more stressful and upsetting than losing a snake. don't give up, since milks and kings like to roam distances for food most likely he will turn up. they can go a while without food. what i've learned now is to tape the carpet al ong the wall and cover any hole or gap in the wall. also it is best to keep you snake room without clutter, it makes it easier to search for a snake than having to go through piles of junk on the floor. don't give up, good luck, dave
:my honduran escaped
:can anybody give me advice on finding her?
:ive had leo gex escape before but they where easy to find, ive been searching for hours and still havent found her.