We all know that this is a no-no. My question is why? Depending on the species, of course, there are places in the wild where you can lift a piece of plywood and find Garters, Black Rats, Corns, sometimes Rattlers hiding under the same board. Case in point: Now, the argument could come up "They aren't confined in a small aquarium". Good point, but they seem to not mind being a few inches apart from 3 to 4 other snakes. Just wanted to get some conversation started when I thought about all the times I have personally seen several snakes under the same hide, or pics of the same. Rattlers and Garters seem the be the kings of "Communal Living".