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Insane Feeding Response!!! (Graphic Pics!)

Discussion in 'Pituophis (Pines, Bulls, Gophers)' started by Brent Strande, Jan 18, 2005.

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  1. Brent Strande

    Brent Strande Elite Member

    W O W !!!

    I love my whiteside bull. Such attitude on him!

    This guy is a maniac and shows it especially when feeding! Just the other day I decided to try using aspen substrate along with newspaper (have been using only newspaper) and not so sure that it's gonna work with him.

    As soon as the tub was opened and the rat was within strike range, this guy lunged out at it and nailed the FT rat! Almost 80% of the bulls body followed... right out of the bin!!!
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    He instantly got a good grip on the rat, and it was all over from there!

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    Not so sure how the aspen will work, you can see him flinging it all over in this pic! It's honestly ALL OVER the floor of the herp room right now!!!

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    Afterwards, he began cruising and looking for more... I opened to take a pic, and he nearly drew as much blood from me! Think he looks happy? Haha, what an amazing animal to keep!

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  2. El SD Fan

    El SD Fan Banned User

    im not too sure if i would reccomend feeding on the aspen, maybe you could try feeding in a seperate bin?

    Danni
     
  3. Brent Strande

    Brent Strande Elite Member

    I was going to try laying down a sheet of newspaper and then feed on that, but he launched out too quickly! I'll probably get rid of the aspen altogether and stick with newspaper.
     
  4. BlackJack

    BlackJack Subscribed User Premium Member

    Great pics, the aspen looks cool: I just wouldn't feed on it. I'd be afraid he'd swallow some and get impacted.
    Great looking snake! Do you still have all your fingers? :)
     
  5. KrokadilyanGuy3

    KrokadilyanGuy3 Elite Member

    Judging by the last pic, at least you know he's not a picky eater..

    Awesome snake,
    Zane
     
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