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I have a juvenile corn snake. Yesterday was feeding day, yesterday also happened to be the day he shed. He didn't eat and he didn't even look like he was going to shed. No pastel colors and his eyes weren't "blue". I was just wondering when I should try and feed him? He didn't eat yesterday and I have a feeling he hate the shedded skin because I can't find it. Do corn snakes normally eat their skin? I'm new to owning snakes and I can't find my answer on google. The Internet just keeps telling me to wait until the next feeding day but I don't want wait another week. http://luciddreamingpro.com
25 days ago
Crickets or locust (grasshoppers) is fine if not
very enormous, simply stay with locusts same measured as crickets! Additionally, Custom Paper Writing Company at TopPaperService other option
sustenance’s are wax worms - like fly larvae just greater and supper worms, can
be purchased where you purchase the crickets and even bait shops, it regards
exchange between delicate and hard shelled nourishment any way.
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