Hey guys, so I took my snake to the vet. She wasn't incredibly knowledgeable about green tree pythons so we compared notes on what we knew. She said he didn't have any asymmetry around his mouth and face and his eyes looks alert (which are typical signs of an RI, this I didn't know.) and he didn't seem to be swelling at all, no bubbling or popping from him either so she didn't prescribe any antibiotics yet. She did say that his skin looked a little off and he had some missing scales which is a sign of incorrect humidity and or heat. She said that sometimes these guys actually do well with a lot less humidity....which I wasn't ready to agree with, but I think I will try lowering for a while and seeing how his skin changes. Before I got him he was kept in a very tiny cage so I think he was stressed out and getting sick in there and now that he is in a better environment he can stretch out at night and is drying out his cold. In other news I saw him poop for the first time! What an odd sight, stretching out his tail and pooping and then cleaning himself afterwards, and we weighed him at 540grams. Is this a good weight for a biak at 1 year old? anyone familiar with that? Also it took him 5 days to poop, is this normal? If I feed him in 2 days which is what I've been recommended that seems pretty close to power feeding to me. Thanks for reading my wall of text, lol.