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    Perhaps a silly idea what do you think?

    Earlier today I posted about a long "dry spell" between python urinations. Well No need to worry. Rex let loose all over me tonight!

    Whew! showers of python pee. I have to say, I never imagined when I got out of bed this morning that this much of my day would revolve around snake pee.
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    hahaha that just means you practice good husbandry!
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    I thought they just expelled white stuff called urates and not like liquid urine :?
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    yup, looks like chalk..........just don't go drawing on the sidewalk with it!

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    Visited a place called Snake World!

    Actually there is a substantial amount of fluid along with the balls of urates. Oh, and by the way, it stinks!
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    Raj, the urates is chalky solid, but there is typically liquid expelled with it too. You just don't normally notice unless they do it on you or you keep them on newspaper or paper towel where you can see it.
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    Oh ok. I use bark as substrate so I guess I wont be able to see. But at the same time I have not noticed any fowl odors from his enclosure either. He usually does his business when I'm giving him his weekly bath though
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    Yep, the liquid is being ansorbed by your bark or hidden by the bathwater, one or the other. It can be very easy to miss.
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    peanut dropped a crap the size of a redwood today. she hadn't crapped in 3 meals.
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    oh, and sorry randy. camera's battery died last night..
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