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Old 09-10-19, 08:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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New Snake Regurgitation

I recently adopted a new snake for my collection (an Okeetee corn). Unfortunately the previous owner didn't have much knowledge about snakes and fed her the day I brought her home . I then waited 10 days and offered her a FT adult mouse which she readily accepted. One week after she was fed she was handled, and a few days after this I discovered what I assume has to be her regurgitated meal behind her hide, as well as a full shed in her hot hide. She is currently being housed in a large wooden enclosure with a hot, moist and cold hide and a temperature gradient from 85 to around 70 maintained by a thermostat. Anyone have an idea why this happened, especially so long after feeding? snake10.jpeg

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