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    A perfect poop...

    I read a post about a ball pooping out undigested parts(poor thing)this got me thinking also what is the "perfect" poop ? mine has always been dark brown but recently after reading the post i wasted no time in getting latex gloves and examine my royals stool samples. what i found is once you brake the stool apart i found hair and mainly hair , no limbs no bones just chocolate brown on the outside and white fur on the inside is this a good turd lol ?
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    lol i commend your hands on approach. sounds like good poops to me. the hair binds the mushy stuff together and if there were no undigested parts - that means u are feeding good size meals and temps are adequate.
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    I agree, that's normal to find hair, & never undigested body parts...give your snake an A+ in "defecation" with extra points for proper color & texture, lol.

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