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    Re: Temp exposure concern - thoughts?

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    Geez, youíre giving me flash backs. ✋ ive lost a snake in the car before. It sucks, all you do is worry. For hours. Luckily he appeared 5 hours later unharmed.
    I can totally imagine how horrible that would be- so many unreachable crevices in cars. Of course you could always get help from your mechanic- ("Can you help me get a snake out of my car?") but you'd be very lucky if they didn't hang up on you-
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    Re: Temp exposure concern - thoughts?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    I can totally imagine how horrible that would be- so many unreachable crevices in cars. Of course you could always get help from your mechanic- ("Can you help me get a snake out of my car?") but you'd be very lucky if they didn't hang up on you-
    Just make sure you donít have holes in upholstery or anywhere else. Thatís my tip. You live and you learn 🤷*♂️
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    Re: Temp exposure concern - thoughts?

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    Just make sure you donít have holes in upholstery or anywhere else. Thatís my tip. You live and you learn 🤷*♂️
    That goes without saying- at home, snakes are always heading into couch or recliner cushions, then finding a gap in the upholstery, & deciding to live inside the furniture for a while. People have had to tear open their couches to retrieve their snake. Another danger is gaps in that lining that's underneath furniture- so just when you're thinking it's so cute the way your snake wants to hide under the couch, make sure he's not actually finding a way inside. This is why it's so hard to find a snake when they get loose in your house- snakes have a talent for finding everything that we never thought about.
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