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    Do you bci owners ever feel like you're being "watched" by your snake? Every time I walk by (and the bci tank is not in a very traffic-heavy area of the house) he watches me and curiously flicks his tongue in my direction. He always stays coiled up in his warm-side hide, but has his head sticking out an inch or two.
    Maybe it's just me, but he seems like an overly inquisitive snake. Maybe I'm just used to my BPs, who really could not care less when you walk by their tank. But I just find it so amusing and (well, not to sound too sappy) but endearing, to see my bci is interested in me. Maybe he's just looking for a rat pup?
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    I've got a couple of snakes that seem to think of me as the tv.
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    Or food...

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    my bci is VERY alert. when i come in the room, he wakes up.
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    i do notice that my BCI pokes his head out alot more then any of my other snakes. but he doesnt come out and see me all the time. just if i start making too much noise.

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    My bci as gotten used to me cause I keep her right here beside me in the most common room i'm in so now she'll look and i guess she just knows me by site/scent now cause soon as she sees me she goes back to whatever it is shes doing. However my BP is nothing like that he stays curled up in his hide and comes out at night when all is still and quite.
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