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    Pink spots on ball python chin

    I just noticed some weird pink discoloration on my ball python’s chin and was wondering if anyone knew what it is. She is suddenly very active after being inactive for a while and I will be feeding her this weekend, but I thought maybe she rubbed or bruised herself while on “the hunt”?? I checked her body and inside her mouth and everything else seems fine, she shed successfully in one piece about 2 weeks ago. I can take her to the vet and will if need be, just wanted to get some thoughts first. Thank you


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    That's what it looks like to me too...just minor bruising from climbing around...nothing to worry about. If it wasn't on her white chin, you'd never even see it.
    And just remember, all "kids" and adults too (with or without scales) get bruises...that's just life.
    Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength.
    Eric Hoffer (1902 - 1983)

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