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Weird western foxsnakes!!!


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Posted by RJ Reptiles on May 12, 2003 at 09:07:47:

In Reply to: Weird western foxsnakes!!! posted by jfirneno on May 12, 2003 at 08:07:52:

:Hey John,
:Just turned on the computer after a couple of days and saw this thread. Is Houston City anywhere near Pipestone MN? If so, I'd better really monitor any matings among the westerns I got from you. Boy, these vulpina are a wild bunch, first rough sex then cannibalism. What's next Morse code between the sweater boxes?
:Regards
:John Firneno
Hey John,
Yours are from Houston county. The farthest S.E. county in MN. I would still watch them! John
:
: I had a first. My female Pipestone MN. western foxsnake repeatably tried to eat my male while breeding them. I kept seperating them but then decided to see how far she would go and then when she began to swallow him I seperated them. I have lots of foxsnakes and have bred them for a number of years and have never seen this before. John Meltzer





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