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Asian Vine Snakes/Green Vine Snakes


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Posted by Conrad on May 04, 2003 at 19:22:18:

In Reply to: Asian Vine Snakes/Green Vine Snakes posted by Leila3478 on May 04, 2003 at 13:32:49:

If that's your snake in the picture, you have Ahaetulla nasuta. I keep a young A. prasina, and have had A. prasina before, though I very nearly picked up A. nasuta this weekend. Mine have always fed well, even when in shed. Don't push him too hard would be my best suggestion. Let him settle in, give him plenty of moisture, and lots of vines with leaves for cover to feel at home. If he/she is just in shed then your snake will shed in a week or so and everything will be fine. Do not start worrying untill your snake starts noticeably loosing weight. Once your snake is settled in, watch it closely. My Prasina is technically "captive born" also, but that doesn't mean the same as captive bred and born which will usually have higher survival rates. Good luck and keep us updated.


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