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    Corny, my adopted corn snake

    coworker had a friend who felt they weren't giving their 3/4 year old corn snake the best care, so after contemplating if i could take in another snake i decided i'd take the little guy in. i kept the name because the previous owner's kids came up with it, and i thought it was silly like the rest of my bby's names.

    so here's me diving head first into the world of colubrids. he's in the ~20gal glass tank that was given to me along with him, he has a UTH + 'stat set at 90, digital thermometer/hygrometer reading 72/35%, but i just misted the reptichip so it's at ~65%.

    any secret tips, advice or anything else is greatly appreciated!!! i'm so excited to have him home! hopefully will get non-cellphone pics soon!













    Last edited by tttaylorrr; 03-13-2017 at 12:09 AM.
    4.4 ball python
    1.0 Albino 0.1 Coral Glow 0.1 Super Cinnamon paradox 1.0 Piebald 0.1 Pastel Enchi Leopard het Piebald 1.0 Coral Glow het Piebald

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    Re: Corny, my adopted corn snake

    Lovely little guy. I have zero experience with colubrids so im keeping my mouth shut on this one

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    What a cutie! It's so nice of you to take him in.

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    Re: Corny, my adopted corn snake

    How cute. No advice. I have a small corn myself, just got a week ago. Named Mr. T. Because of his head pattern lol ... but I'll be stalking this thread for advice


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    He's a beautiful snake. I love the colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mama_arty View Post
    How cute. No advice. I have a small corn myself, just got a week ago. Named Mr. T. Because of his head pattern lol ... but I'll be stalking this thread for advice


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    Mr. T! That's awesome!

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    Re: Corny, my adopted corn snake

    Quote Originally Posted by mama_arty View Post
    How cute. No advice. I have a small corn myself, just got a week ago. Named Mr. T. Because of his head pattern lol ... but I'll be stalking this thread for advice


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    absolutely PERFECT name!!! he's beautiful! 😊
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    Re: Corny, my adopted corn snake

    Aww thanks. I love cornsnakes I think they are a must ☺

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    90* is actually a little too high. The warm spot for a corn should be 80 to 85 degrees.

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    Re: Corny, my adopted corn snake

    He looks very Happy? Mine refuses to use his hide and buries himself instead. Does yours do that?

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    Re: Corny, my adopted corn snake

    Quote Originally Posted by Spiritserpents View Post
    90* is actually a little too high. The warm spot for a corn should be 80 to 85 degrees.
    got it, i've lowered the temp. thanks!
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