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Re: Satiny Parrot Snakes

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Posted by Conrad on February 14, 2003 at 21:03:21:

In Reply to: Re: Satiny Parrot Snakes posted by FRAN on February 12, 2003 at 01:14:15:

Well, on the first note, I have found elongated rear teeth on both my male and female, but that's not my discusion point. Thanks for what info you can provide, I will probably be waiting another season for my attempt at breading them. My male just starting eating a month ago, after being in captivity for nearly a year. My female has always eaten well, but still needs a little weight. I've gotten my female to take scented rat pups from tongs before, and am not really sure if any one else has any luck converting them to rodents or if it has any prolonged effects on them, i.e. fatty deposits. If I come happen to see any breading activity, I will definatley post on here, and/or taking Thanks again.

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