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Old 12-11-03, 11:33 PM   #7 (permalink)
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You shouldn't be housing them together or breeding them for a number of reasons, a lot of which saphhire stated. And while I am glad you are so exited about having another snake for a while, you should be prepared to house them seperately. If I were you I would seperate them right away. It doesn't cost that much at all to modify a rubbermaid to be a good enclosure for the snake. (If they can be kept in rubbermaids, I'm not sure.) But please seperate them soon, and moniter them to make sure no one is sick!

I would give more advice, but I really need to sleep.. I can barely understand what i'm typing.

Anyways, get them seperated, and make sure they're healthy. Good luck.
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