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    Okay, my Clown and my Hypo Super Enchi have no fear either. The Clown since day one. The Hypo Super Enchi not at first, but now just as bad. No need for a hide, they’re both to happy to just watch me. Hang out in the middle of tank with out a care. Lay on the hide, appear to look like they are ambush hunting on the side of their water dish. And both are very good about looking like they never seen a mouse. My Pied likes to hang in his water dish every third shed or so, just enough to make me question everything. Just my Black Pastel Pin knows he is supposed to be a little shy.
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    Re: Ball Python Quirks? (For Fun)

    One of my snakes will absolutely refuse to get near a fully white rat. This has happened five or six times so, yes, I can be taught!

    If it's got even a little brown on it, down it goes. But the pure white rat ends up having to go to the other snake who, if she could, would wag her tail she's so happy to see that rat! lol

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    Re: Ball Python Quirks? (For Fun)

    Quote Originally Posted by dadofsix View Post
    ... to the other snake who, if she could, would wag her tail she's so happy to see that rat! lol
    Actually, they can wag their tails. Females do it sometimes before breeding. That's my contribution to the thread. You know your girls are in the mood when you put the male in and they start wagging their tails back and forth and nudging up against the male. Some of my girls are really enthusiastic and it's fun to watch... right up untill they start peeing. Then it's just kinda gross.
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    Re: Ball Python Quirks? (For Fun)

    Quote Originally Posted by dadofsix View Post
    One of my snakes will absolutely refuse to get near a fully white rat. This has happened five or six times so, yes, I can be taught!

    If it's got even a little brown on it, down it goes. But the pure white rat ends up having to go to the other snake who, if she could, would wag her tail she's so happy to see that rat! lol

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    Loki gets excited as soon as he smells the rat. He'll come out of his hide and start nudging the top the of tank. Though! I will get the tongs and open the tank, and Loki then start like coming out of his house. (Even though I hold the rat in the tank) It looks like he looks at my arm but I hold the rat by the tail, so it isn't near me. It gets a little startling at times.
    Never been bitten by him though

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