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    You can pretty much count on corn & other rat snakes to be "nosy"...always alert & interested, unless in shed. I believe their vision is better than many other
    kinds of snakes too...at least they seem to rely more on vision, & it makes sense, because they're active hunters, not so much ambush-predators.

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    Re: My New Baby Corn

    This may be a dumb question but I'm going to ask it anyway.
    If I wanted to take a quick picture of my corn snake and my python beside each other real quick will there be any issues with that? I mean you know nobody's going to try to mess with the other one are they?

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    Re: My New Baby Corn

    Quote Originally Posted by Jellybeans View Post
    This may be a dumb question but I'm going to ask it anyway.
    If I wanted to take a quick picture of my corn snake and my python beside each other real quick will there be any issues with that? I mean you know nobody's going to try to mess with the other one are they?

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    There's no guarantee...so I wouldn't. While an adverse reaction is very unlikely, you never know. I once had a beautiful pair of amel. black rat snakes that were ready
    to breed (well fed & not for the first time breeding either) & they seemed fine together; I left the room briefly & when I came back, the male was SWALLOWING the
    female! She was dead & could not be revived. To say I was shocked is an understatement. It made no sense. So with such a size difference, any miss-steps with
    yours won't end well. One way you "could" do it is with them side by side but with something between them (like a window screen, viewed from above would not be
    intrusive).

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    Corns are cool! I'd love one but since i've had my BP for a week I think it'll be a tough sell with my wife. lol Good luck!

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    Re: My New Baby Corn

    Little piss-ant vibrated her tail against her plastic hide when I was checking on her. lol !!!...sounded like a bee buzzing around in circles on the ground.
    And then thought she would try a quick escape while I had the lid off. Boy is she quick and full of herself tonight !

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    Re: My New Baby Corn

    Quote Originally Posted by Jellybeans View Post
    Little piss-ant vibrated her tail against her plastic hide when I was checking on her. lol !!!...sounded like a bee buzzing around in circles on the ground.
    And then thought she would try a quick escape while I had the lid off. Boy is she quick and full of herself tonight !

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    Sounds really terrifying! When you're that little, you'd better have some tricks up your sleeve. You can't blame her for being scared.

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    Re: My New Baby Corn

    Did my normal morning check on the snakes . She let me stroke along her back and then I took the opportunity to scoop her up for a moment. Very chill.

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    Very beautiful!

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