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Posted by Drizzt80 on May 06, 2003 at 12:03:38:
If you recall from an earlier post, I was having troubles getting a few snakes to 'get together'. My plan worked. I found that they were all females except the one stud male snow corn. He has proceeded to breed with the normal (who I thought was a male) and both of the amels (one of which I thought was a male). I would have to say that I suck at both tail sexing and probing. I would also have to say though that the scale counting I did has proven to be accurate thus far!
Two of the females that bred had chosen not to eat the last two times I fed them. Today, they both aggressively snatched up the mice that I fed them, but have yet to actually eat them. Would this indicate anything in particular health wise? They've both done this the last two times.
Just a nervous second time breeder looking for more info and wanting to do things right!