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Re: Ball Python or Corn Snake?


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Posted by 1nmcs on March 26, 2003 at 17:13:34:

In Reply to: Ball Python or Corn Snake? posted by SnakeNewbie on March 19, 2003 at 14:56:01:

I to had the same dilema when I first got into this hobby, and I can tell you that a corn is an excellent beginner snake. Very easy to take care of and great around kids. I did alot of reading about corn snakes first, such as "The Corn Snake Manual", by Bill & Kathy Love, and it answered alot of my questions. I am very glad I started with the corn snake and now I want to move onto the Ball Python. I would like to get a green tree python, but the price is a little bit up there, and they are a little harder to take care of. Start with a corn you will never regret it. Good luck with your decision.




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