Comment from: Fashion [Visitor]
They like to drape themselves over tree branches or rest in caves to escape the midday heat.
05/25/09 @ 12:24
Comment from: lamia crave [Visitor]
the picture of nostrils is nasty but interesting it reminds me of someones face thanks !
01/11/10 @ 12:33
Comment from: Matt [Visitor]
Yesterday was the first time I have given my ball python frozen prey, but only the second time I had fed her (she is just a hatchling).

I put the mouse in the cage and she was immediately interested. Knowing before that she only ate in the dark, I turned all the lights off in my room so I could catch. To give me a little extra light, I turned on my infrared lamp so I could see and the moment I did that, she struck towards the light twice. Although she knew it was feeding time, she relied more on the heat signature than anything else to feed despite the fact that she was lying directly on the mouse I placed in the cage.

After that, I had decided that I would heat the mouse hot water instead of just warm water...that way, she would be able to "see" it much better.
08/29/10 @ 19:42

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