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    Feeding Question

    I've been reading when it comes to feeding they should be placed in a separate feeding container. Is this rule important?

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    Feed your snake within it housing tank/tub. There is no need to move the snake to feed it. There is no increased risk of biting by feeding them within their enclosures.
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    Re: Feeding Question

    No they should definitely not be put in a separate container. Cage aggression is a myth, they should be feed in there tank/tub they live in


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    Okay thanks guys

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    Moving the snake to a separate feeding tub is counter productive and there is no need. Why stress the animal risking regurgitation or getting yourself tagged?
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