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Old 09-01-13, 11:42 AM   #1
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got a new snake

baby ball python so far he/she is super cool very calm and a good eater(sometimes ball pythons wont eat but mine aite a dead mouse yesterday i feed em dead becuase i feel bad for the mouse) she was only 40 bucks at pet smart
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Old 09-01-13, 03:26 PM   #2
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40 bucks for a mouse? I got a bunch you cn have for..... Nothing!
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Old 09-01-13, 03:30 PM   #3
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nah snake was 40 mouse was like 2 bucks. but next time ill buy em online for like 25 cents a mouse
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Old 09-01-13, 03:51 PM   #4
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Put the snake out in the backyard and let him catch his own damn mice.
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Put the snake out in the backyard and let him catch his own damn mice.
lol when i was younger i lived in a house that had mice. didnt get em to the field next door to us was cut down but id trap the mouse and put em in cage
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Old 09-02-13, 05:38 PM   #6
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Once my dad set up a mouse trap in the kitchen and caught this fat little field mouse that ended up being a mama mouse, after about a day or so more than a few little baby mice started to appear, we assumed they were searching for food as they were pretty damned skinny. At the time I had a decent sized hamster colony going on so I collected them up in a bucket and then blocked of the "bathroom" section of my Habitrail set up. (damned thing took up my whole room!) Then I put the baby mice in there (to get the scent of the Hamsters) with a little whole wheat bread soaked in milk, little guys ate as best they could and cried all night! (which caught the attention of one of the mommy Hamsters) So the next day I opened it up to the oldest mommy Hamster who quickly picked the little guys up one by one and took them to her nest with her newest litter! She nursed them like they were her own! When they got old enough to be on their own I released them into a field over in Hainesport N.J. BTW I used to breed the Hamsters to trade for aquarium supplies......and as food for my snakes.
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Old 09-03-13, 05:33 AM   #7
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Ball pythons are very popular in the pet trade, small, docile and mostly captive bred. They make good pets for those that like snakes. They are not nearly as aggressive as some of their larger cousins, like the Burmese, Rock and Reticulated pythons. Their small size make them easy for a novice to handle. My personal favorite in the python family of snakes is the Green Tree python, it is one of the most beautiful snakes in the world. But they are very rarely seen in the pet trade.
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