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    Re: New baby corn ate!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Way to go! Congrats, just gets easier from here on...corn snakes aren't like BPs...they eat!
    My BP has an insane appetite!
    I wish I could get rid of my double post because I found the one I posted the other day about my corn snake

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    You could just PM a moderator to merge or delete this one...

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    Congratulations!!!!

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    Iíll repeat myself lol

    congratulations!!!

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    Re: My New Baby Corn

    Found a 20" long shed today!
    I didn't realize she was that long, lol!

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    She's not, actually. The shed skin stretches some when it peels off (remember that the skin actually goes around & under each scale) so it's about 20% longer
    than the actual snake is. Not trying to steal her thunder though... Good snake!

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    Re: My New Baby Corn

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    She's not, actually. The shed skin stretches some when it peels off (remember that the skin actually goes around & under each scale) so it's about 20% longer
    than the actual snake is. Not trying to steal her thunder though... Good snake!
    Haha, no Thunder stolen but thanks as I did not remember that. In another day I'm going to check her and make sure the eye caps came off properly but being that she just ate yesterday I didn't want to upset her in any way..

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    Last edited by Jellybeans; 03-20-2019 at 08:29 PM.

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    Re: My New Baby Corn

    Quote Originally Posted by Jellybeans View Post
    Haha, no Thunder stolen but thanks as I did not remember that. In another day I'm going to check her and make sure the eye caps came off properly but being that she just ate yesterday I didn't want to upset her in any way..

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    Pro tip, you can check the shed for the eye caps instead of waiting to check her. If there is a clear scale in both spots where the eyes are in the shed, then they are not stuck on the snake.

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    Re: My New Baby Corn

    What an adorable baby corn! Love the colours.

    As a python owner I'm always so surprised at how thin colubrids are as babies! She looks no thicker than a pencil :o

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    Re: My New Baby Corn

    Quote Originally Posted by Luvyna View Post
    What an adorable baby corn! Love the colours.

    As a python owner I'm always so surprised at how thin colubrids are as babies! She looks no thicker than a pencil :o
    She's probably the width of a pencil at the most My other snake is a ball python which I've had for 4 months now and I always thought he was small.... wanting him to hurry up and grow . BUT compared to this girl he's not so small. Lol
    Funny thing is they're both the same age they are 6 months old so it will be very fun and interesting watching them grow

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