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Posted by erinszoo on April 22, 2003 at 11:40:00:
In Reply to: wild caught southern ring neck snake posted by electricbluescat on April 22, 2003 at 05:15:15:
::I'm not quite sure, but if my memory serves me correct ringnecks generally like slugs and other soft bodied insects.
Yep, ringnecks like worms and slugs and snails and grubs. They are a small snake and probably won't grow more than another couple of inches. They can be hard to maintain in captivity. I've kept them for a season or two and then let them go again to breed and reproduce. Soil is a good substrate for them. You might want to put in a flat piece of wood or bark for it to hide under and keep water available.
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