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    :o Hey everybody,
    Well, it is not a real big thing but I am very fastidious about my snakes and I like to maintain them in the peak of health where they are all fat and their skin gleams.I noticed on my big female Trinity that she has a few rough spots on her back...kind of like she was scuffed by something.She does not appear ill but I was wondering what these spots might be. :?: :?: I doubt that it is anything serious but you never know and I thought I might just ask to see what you all have to say!!! :wink:

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    a slight skin problem???

    both of mine have a couple spots like that... it'll go away with a few sheds.

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    A quick request

    i think thats like a little scrape. one of mine has just one rough scale. im not sure what she would have scraped it on. she has a clay pot base (with and entry hole hammered out of the side) and i think thats what it was.
    my columbain rainbow recently made its way into a tiny hole on the bottom of my bath faucet. it went in until it couldnt fit in anymore, then a little farther. now the area that was a little fatter then the hole is dull and rough. so i think he scraped off the top layer of skin.
    like Will said, it should go away in a shed or two.

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