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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Looking so good Dave


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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Solana weighed in at 64G again this week, but I think this is a "true weight." She held a little in going into shed and ate right after. She spent the better part of the week, "emptying out." She's getting pretty good at that. She's definitely a corn snake. Between her and her brother, Figment, then can clear the reptile area. So weird. All the pythons and Boas can go at the same time and it's not as bad. Oh well. Anyway, she's doing great and is as outgoing and sweet as ever. Oh yeah, and gorgeous. Did I mention gorgeous?

    She's still young, but when she's of age, wow!

    Her scaleless orange skin is going to bring all the male snakes to the corn field!




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