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Old 06-15-04, 05:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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insectivorous snakes

Okay I know this is a totally newbie question but is there such a thing as an insectivorous snake that can be kept in captivity? I mean one that doesn't need to eat mice, birds, fishes, etc. to survive. Some sort of garter snake, perhaps?

There are probably dozens. I only came up with Opheodrys vernalis which is very pretty. They are native to USA and Eastern Canada right? That would make them illegal to keep in captivity. I would like to try a snake but I can't do the mouse/bird/fish thing.
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