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Old 09-12-17, 12:14 AM   #8 (permalink)
dannybgoode
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Re: When feeding goes wrong!

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Originally Posted by jjhill001 View Post
I didn't realize people held bags so close to their enclosures lol. I have a little shelf I pull the mouse out and then open the tank.
I want particularly close and I won't be doing it again!

All good experience though and a learning opportunity.

My biggest concern was not knowing the snake yet so I could not begin to predict how she would react but by and large so long as the end with the bitey but full of sharp things was kept under control I was pretty confident I'd be ok.

It's a good example of why two people should be present with large snakes though. No way I could have done it safely if it was a 10'+ animal.
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