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Old 01-25-04, 10:45 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I would have to go with corn snakes also,
although a Cal King might also work.
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Gotta say cornsnake.
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cornsnakes, and king snakes popped into my mind.
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Corns, milks, certain kings and rats, hognose snakes, spotted and childrens pythons, african house snakes, garter and ribbon snakes, rubber and rosy boas. Mostly colubrids. I would say normal balls as well, but some aren't very good feeders. Hope this helps
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DOH! For once Jenn beat ME to it! Spotted Python or corn snake.
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A Rosy boa came to mind as I was reading down the list. Although corns and kings are notorious for great first timers, so I can't not say those.

Oh, also, sorry to post off topic, but Invictus, is that YOU in your avatar? That's some wicked makeup if it is, lol. Just thought I'd throw that out there, it was driving me crazy with curiousity, lol.

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Oh, also, sorry to post off topic, but Invictus, is that YOU in your avatar?
No that's not him, that's what he did to the last guy that went off topic in one of my threads!
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corns milks or kings all meet those needs and are very colourful to look at
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Corns, spotted pythons, thayeri kings, and I was gonna say black milk but they get bigger than 5'.

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I think Ball pythons are hardy, interesting, attractive, good eaters, and are a manageable size. I think that, with research, they'd make good first snakes.
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Oh, also, sorry to post off topic, but Invictus, is that YOU in your avatar? That's some wicked makeup if it is, lol. Just thought I'd throw that out there, it was driving me crazy with curiousity, lol.
Hahaha... no, that's Dani Filth, the lead singer of Cradle of Filth. Funny thing is, I'll probably change my avatar in a couple of weeks and I'll have to edit this post, hehehehe

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No man that's your job. You do the killing and cursing around here man.
Now go and hex somebody!
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Hands down, a corn.
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Kenyan Sand Boas or a Corn Snake for sure.
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