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    Re: Hocotate (Hoco) - Anery Corn Snake Progression

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    Granted, what I meant was "I'd have two compatible snakes that would be capable of breeding if there was ever a point in time where I wanted and was capable of attempting it" and not "I wanted to get this with the explicit intention of breeding." But you are right either way.
    Oh, I wasn't trying to give you advice. I was just stating a general axiom which you did such a great job demonstrating.
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    Just some handling session pics.





    He sheds so often, my goodness. Did not expect the corn growth spurt phase to be so explosive.

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    What a lovely corn snake. At least you can "relax" with this one, haha.
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