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A nice shed... and a few pics

Discussion in 'Milksnakes' started by JMM, Jun 19, 2007.

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  1. JMM

    JMM Elite Member

    Hi,

    Coral shedded and it came out nicely in one piece
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    77 cms (30inc). I leave for the experts the calculation of Coral´s size (-20% ?)
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    And, as promised, a few extra pics

    A "before and after": same box, same snake, 4 months diff.

    February, when I got her
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    Yesterday
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    And some others
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    That´s all folks !
     
  2. BlackJack

    BlackJack Subscribed User Premium Member

    Wow, nice shed! And how coral has grown!! What a beauty.
    We always take the shed length and subtract 20% to get the approximate body length. Some people subtract 15% -- as long as you always use the same percentage you can keep an accurate record of how much your snake is growing.
    We keep very detailed records on all our snakes; I find it interesting and enjoyable to compare the different snakes.
    Thanks for the pics!
     
  3. Knox

    Knox Elite Member

    Beautiful!!!!
     
  4. JMM

    JMM Elite Member

    Tks Andrea and Knox

    I was thinking that Coral wasn´t growing... at all. Then, I compared the 2 pics and we can really see the difference.
    Next weekend I´ll be able to compare the sheds and then I´ll post the results.

    She´s has been shedding every 2 months, eating well and, overall, doing great. A bit shy, but never bite or musked at me.

    So, I´m very pleased with her and with the snake keeping experience. So pleased that I´m already negotiating (at home) getting another snake. But , so far, the negotiation is in a standstill: I may bring home another snake IF Cristina brings another dog... So, no deal !

    But, I´ll keep negotiating. Keep your fingers crossed for me
     
  5. venus

    venus Founding Member

    Awesome!! He looks fantastic.
     
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