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    Re: My baby ball python strikes my hands and face

    Glad to hear your noodle is behaving! The knowledge available from the peeps on this site is amazing. You should post some pics of your little sucker
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    Re: My baby ball python strikes my hands and face

    Quote Originally Posted by brambow View Post
    Thanks for all of the suggestions. Blossom hasn't struck at me for over three weeks. Or anything other than her weekly mouse. The suggestion that worked really well was to cover her with a little cloth while holding her with my hand in my lap. Now I don't even cover her and instead of freezing in strike position she is starting to crawl a little in my hand. Also holding her for a while. Thanks again.
    Great update! I'm so happy to hear about her progress. Now don't be shocked if she acts defensive again when she is in shed...when their eyes are cloudy, they
    normally just stay hidden for safety, & since their vision is much worse, they're more likely to feel afraid of our approach. It's normal if it happens, don't take it personal.

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