Hi guys! My plumbeous water snake Preshuz came to live with me about six months ago, and when I got him he was close to adult size (about 1.5 ft) and I never measured him so I'm not sure how much he's grown since then. I know most people aren't familiar with the plumbeous but he's a colubrid from Southeast Asia, 90% aquatic (I keep him like one would keep tropical fish but with a hammock for him to bask on). He lives in a small 15 gal right now and will be moving homes to a much larger tank shortly. He requires no special heating or lighting (temps are about 75-80 depending on the weather) and eats fish. When I got him he was happy to feed once or twice a week, now he will only eat every 2-3 weeks. He seems healthy, has a pleasant temperament, hasn't lost weight and sheds regularly once a month. Their adult size is around 2ft but he hasn't reached that length yet. Would it be naive of me to ask if this is an acceptable feeding schedule for a 1.8-2ft snake? I'm not sure if all snakes eat the same amount when you compare the feedings to their actual size.