Hello everyone, About a month and a half ago I bought a hatchling corn snake (who I have named Jude.) For the first two weeks I fed him a single pinkie mouse, which he ate with little to no fuss. Seven weeks later, Jude has consistently refused a meal. Now, for the first two of these seven food-less weeks Jude was shedding, and I know that they do not eat when shedding, so at first I was not concerned. However now I'm starting to get a bit wary. He had some skin left on him for a week or two (a small patch) but that is gone now. I know that environment has a lot to do with eating, so let me attempt to describe his enclosure. I have a tank that fits him comfortably and gives him plenty of roaming room. There is a shallow rock pool, a half-pipe log and a hollow rock for hiding, as well as a fake plant for him to crawl on. The non-water side of the tank is consistently heated to between 80-90 degrees. It is heated day and night by a red lamp which is supposed to be ideal for 24 hour heating (it claims it does not affect the snake's sleep schedule). The tank is a by a window that provides ample sunlight. Humidity in the tank is around 40 or 50 percent. As far as Jude's behavior, I can't say I have noticed a shift. He spends his down time either hiding under the log or in a tunnel he has dug under the water bowl. He remains active and is constantly roaming around the tank, scaling the log and rock and twining through the plant and sometimes shimmying up the walls. I handle him for 15-20 minutes a day, simply allowing him to crawl through my fingers and around my wrists and sometimes set him down to allow him a bit more range in his exercise. He's active, appears healthy, and is not noticeably thinner. I usually try feeding him at dusk or after dark. If anyone can think of a reason for him to not be eating anymore (stressed, improper habitat, etc.) I'd love to know. If there are any checks I can run to help further diagnosis that would be great as well. Sorry if this is a long post, but I wanted to put as much information up front as possible to shorten the time it would take to get a useful response. Thanks in advance, guys.