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Thread: My First Snake!

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    Re: My First Snake!

    Quote Originally Posted by aurum View Post
    Thank you! I think she looks especially good in the sun
    Her humid hide is on the warm end because I noticed in shed she basically doesnt move from her warm hide (maybe shes a bit of an oddball with temp preference?). I was actually thinking if the humid hide might not be as warm as she likes it because it puts an extra layer between her an the heat. Either way I hopefully wont have to worry about this with cypress, plus I think it looks better than aspen anyway
    You picked a great snake. They are everywhere in Louisana. I stepped on one in my back yard last year walking to my chicken coop and about had a heart attack lol i saw 4 last summer not evenherring to find snakes. They are beautiful for sure.

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    Re: My First Snake!

    Quote Originally Posted by NewmanLovesSnakes View Post
    You picked a great snake. They are everywhere in Louisana. I stepped on one in my back yard last year walking to my chicken coop and about had a heart attack lol i saw 4 last summer not evenherring to find snakes. They are beautiful for sure.

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    Thanks! Im so happy I ended up with her, not just because shes a great species but also because shes a great individual. Shes healthy, with a great personality and even her speckle distribution is exactly how Id like it to be haha. Id love to stumble across a speckled king in the wild, but unfortunately I dont live in their native range.
    0.1 Speckled Kingsnake

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