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New Corn Snakes

Discussion in 'Herp Photos' started by yzfracer347, Feb 13, 2008.

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  1. yzfracer347

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  2. yzfracer347

    yzfracer347 Elite Member

    The first pic-The two together
    2-the checkered belly of the female we got last night
    3-One on the left is the female we got last night with a grayish brown with red spots, the one on the right is the male that`s red and yellow
    4-The snow,a female very small dont even know where im gonna find pinkies small enough for lol.
    5-The female we got last night
     
  3. kenman1963

    kenman1963 Moderator

    Nice,,,,the one on the right in pic 3 has very distinct saddle patterns, usually they are more uniform. It's cool to see how they differentiate
     
  4. yzfracer347

    yzfracer347 Elite Member

    If you look 5 spots down on that snake in pic three(the one on the right) you can see half of a full on x instead of the spots every where else on him.
     
  5. titus

    titus Elite Member Premium Member

    I think with cornsnakes Uniformity is all but given. I've got a Carmel that has a saddle in the shape of Texas. I'll have to try to get a pic of it.

    yzfracer347- Wonderful cornsnakes, I miss my little snow. He couldn't keep any food down at all and we lost him. don't worry about finding really small pinkies yours should take newborns easy or if not pinkie heads at least to start.
     
  6. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Very good looking animals!
    And you'd be surprised what that little corn can swallow!
     
  7. Lucysfriend

    Lucysfriend Elite Member

    pretty pretty :)
    Makes me want another corn lol congrats!
     
  8. smallgrayfox

    smallgrayfox Contributing Member

    Very pretty! :) Oh I do miss my corns! :(
     
  9. bpat1434

    bpat1434 Member

    Pretty snakes. My old roommate had a corn-snake. That thing got huge quick :) Had a very pretty color a little lighter than your dark one. He (his name was Paco) was fun to play with... and more fun to watch eat :)

    Congrats on the new snakes.
     
  10. yzfracer347

    yzfracer347 Elite Member

    Thanks, The small snow is acting real limp He hasnt been moving much so i picked him up to see if he was alive this morning and he was quick to respond but acted pretty much limp after that. I hope shes ok. Did I hear pinky heads?????
     
  11. bpat1434

    bpat1434 Member

    Oh, that's not cool. I'd keep a close eye on the small snow. I'm not a vet, so I can't say for certain, but that doesn't seem normal :( Is he able to eat and keep it down? Is he having typical bowel movements (do snakes have bowels)? Things to just keep an eye on I guess. My roommate only ever had to help his snake (Paco) shed. So I'm not too up on the maintenance of them.
     
  12. Ollie

    Ollie Elite Member

    Yeah we're going to keep an eye on her. Just the second day and we'll see what she's like after work today.
     
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