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Snakes And Their Characteristics

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Are Snakes Dangerous? If I generally go around taking a poll, majority of the people, in fact 99% would say yes, snakes are definitely dangerous! Are they actually dangerous or this is just a stereotype that society has formed around them? This article is aimed to provide you with modern …

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Breeding King Snakes and Caring for Them

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King snakes breeding For King snakes breeding, like other snakes, Kingsnakes must be introduced to Brumation. For two months the enclosure’s temperature must be dropped so that the snake must go under hibernation. Preferred season for King snakes breeding is winters. After two months the enclosure’s temperature should be brought to …

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Kingsnakes Housing Terrariums

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Kingsnakes housing Terrariums Kingsnakes are comparatively small and don’t require a large enclosure, so Kingsnakes housing is easy. An adult Kingsnake can easily live in a 40 gallon glass tank terrariums. It is recommended that one purchase a King snakes housing tank with secured lid on the top, these snakes are excellent …

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King Snake Description and Behavior

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King Snakes King snake got the name from their eating preferences. This is one of those snake species who can eat other snakes whether they are non-venomous or venomous; this is how they got their name. They are known as king of every snake because they can simply eat them …

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Corn Snakes Breeding and Feeding

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Corn Snakes Breeding Corn snakes breeding is very easy. Before breeding, snakes must go under the process called brumation. In brumation, the enclosure’s temperature is lowered for 60 to 90 days; this is like creating a winter environment in the enclosure. During this breeding period, the snake remains dull, or …

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Corn Snakes Housing

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Corn Snakes Housing Corn Snakes loves escaping from their enclosure and so it is important that the owner makes Corn Snakes housing complete escape proof tank, there should be no holes or spaces as these snakes can squeeze themselves out.Their housing must be in a tank which can accommodate 20 gallons of …

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Corn Snakes Physical Description and Behavior

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Corn Snakes Corn Snakes are also known as Red Rat or Red Corn. These are the snake species originated from Northern America and are widely kept as pets and bred in captivity. In the American early years, southern farmers used to store corn in the crib.

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