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    Re: Two or Three Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by JulieWorrisome View Post
    My snake has not gone into shed yet since posting this and as well has not pooped still. He is staying in a hide throughout the day and night.
    Unless you're staying up all night (& I HOPE not!?), you can't be sure your snake is staying in his hide 24/7....but sometimes they do & usually that's when they're in
    a shedding cycle. It can take a while. And snakes don't defecate all that often either -which is nice for those of us cleaning up after them. Seriously, younger snakes
    are usually eating younger rodents (w/ less fur & smaller bones) that are more digestible with less waste to get rid of later. Don't worry... Snakes don't lead the most
    "exciting lives" you know...
    Many friends in low places...

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    Re: Two or Three Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Unless you're staying up all night (& I HOPE not!?), you can't be sure your snake is staying in his hide 24/7....but sometimes they do & usually that's when they're in
    a shedding cycle. It can take a while. And snakes don't defecate all that often either -which is nice for those of us cleaning up after them. Seriously, younger snakes
    are usually eating younger rodents (w/ less fur & smaller bones) that are more digestible with less waste to get rid of later. Don't worry... Snakes don't lead the most
    "exciting lives" you know...
    I don't sleep well at night and Ive seen a bit of his back spilling out from under a hide from a little tunnel in the morning and the same bit in the same location was still hanging out next morning more than once. My snake finally did poop though. he was a bit more active after heheh, mustve been a good poop for him. He hasn't shed yet but i did see him rubbing against his rock so I might see it soon. I worried a bit too much on this it very much seems. Last night I also saw him out and about. I didn't stay up to stare at him. Sleep and I aren't very good friends

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