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    Re: Feeding inside of there tub

    Quote Originally Posted by dee151 View Post
    so You are saying they are juvies till about 18 months?
    Then adults 3 to 4? 3 to 4 years down the line? I don't understand your answer's you gave me, for my question...
    I base my animals stage of life status on their ages not their weights. They go from hatchings, to yearlings, to juveniles, and finally adults. Weight has nothing to do with it for me. I have snakes that were 100g after a year and others that were 1kg after a year. All of my snakes are pets only, not breeders, so I have no reason to weigh them especially after they’re a year old.
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    Re: Feeding inside of there tub

    As a new owner wen, I fed my snake her first fuzzy with me on 7/10 I'm at work and I do know she has poop yet. And I just fed her on 7/17, the other day about how long does it take to let out the first rat?
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    Last edited by dee151; 07-20-2021 at 02:52 PM.

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