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    The arms. Omg Im dying. Hes so expressive now.

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    Happy colubrids, and they've finally finished off the last of the excess pinkies too.


    This is also the first time I've gotten to witness Mira actually eat. I've never seen a snake eat so fast (downed everything in 5 minutes), and her mouth opens far wider than I expected of a snake of her size. Wide enough in fact that she swallowed two pinkies simultaneously.

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    Re: Most Recent Snake Picture!

    Quote Originally Posted by Snagrio View Post
    Happy colubrids, and they've finally finished off the last of the excess pinkies too....
    This is also the first time I've gotten to witness Mira actually eat. I've never seen a snake eat so fast (downed everything in 5 minutes), and her mouth opens far wider than I expected of a snake of her size. Wide enough in fact that she swallowed two pinkies simultaneously.
    Rat snakes are usually good at gulping down food quickly- most have a wide gape, which helps, along with motivation. The Beauty rat snakes have a proportionally longer face that means they're "born to gulp". My slowest eater is my rosy boa. I love to feed my rat snakes- they don't mess around. If you enjoy snakes that eat fast, you'd also like the Pituophis family- bull, gopher & pine snakes. Like rat snakes, they're active hunters that eat on the fly.
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    Re: Most Recent Snake Picture!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Rat snakes are usually good at gulping down food quickly- most have a wide gape, which helps, along with motivation. The Beauty rat snakes have a proportionally longer face that means they're "born to gulp". My slowest eater is my rosy boa. I love to feed my rat snakes- they don't mess around. If you enjoy snakes that eat fast, you'd also like the Pituophis family- bull, gopher & pine snakes. Like rat snakes, they're active hunters that eat on the fly.
    I've yet to keep one of any kind, but boas as a whole always felt slowgoing to me. They certainly are compared to half my current crew at least.

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    Re: Most Recent Snake Picture!

    1.0 Normal Ball Python (2019 - 2021)
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    He sure looks happy in there! These pythons might be small but not their personality, that's for sure.
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    More pics of Wiggles in a plant

    You can even see a bit of iridescence on his head.




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