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Old 01-27-04, 12:19 PM   #31 (permalink)
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African House Snakes! Any of the common North American Rat Snakes; Black Rat, Grey Rat, Yellow Rat, Corn Snakes, (though they may be a little jumpy as hatchlings). Mexican Black Kingsnakes are easy keepers also. Captive bred Garters if you don't mind switching them to mice can make good pets as well.
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Thayeri kings... still my calmest and sweetest little guy, he's the one I let people see/hold first when they are afraid of snakes. No one is intimidated by this small, deliberate, gentle guy.
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I would have to say, from personal experience, spotted pythons or corns. Or both

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ATB's are easy to keep (fairly), but by far the easiest snake to keep in my opinion is the BP. The morphs do cost an arm and a leg, but you could get lucky by breeding two normals together and getting a little something special. If this were the case, all of your mentioned criteria is met.
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Ball Pythons. They may go off feeding for a period of time, but that's normal.
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