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User avatar #56 - icameheretotroll (02/10/2014) [-]
I want a snake
#63 to #56 - bigfootluke (02/10/2014) [-]
then get a snake. ball pythons and corn snakes are the most common i think. just make sure you have a terrarium to keep them happy. there cool as **** . ******* love ball pythons. cute as ****
User avatar #64 to #63 - icameheretotroll (02/10/2014) [-]
feeding it would be a pain in the ass though
i'd rather get a small non-poisonous breed and feed it insects
what insects does it eat?
User avatar #80 to #64 - psychonaut (02/10/2014) [-]
Pythons, and most other breeds of snakes that are sold as pets are not venomous, and squeeze their prey to death. Most snakes eat mice and rats, and I dunno of any that eat insects, but garter snakes can be fed fish instead. If you want a reptile that eats insects then I would suggest a leopard gecko or a bearded dragon as beginner reptiles, though the bearded dragon also needs to eat vegetables more than insects.
#71 to #64 - fawnity (02/10/2014) [-]
Oh and here's a corn snake compared to my hand. They are very small compared to a ball python. Then again, the one I was holding was only a few months old.
User avatar #70 to #64 - fawnity (02/10/2014) [-]
Ball pythons and corn snakes aren't poisonous. I know that corn snakes eat baby mice (usually alive). And DO NOT handle the snake after you fed it. It will throw up the food and could possibly die from it.
User avatar #74 to #70 - icameheretotroll (02/10/2014) [-]
Do they eat only mice? what about insects
finding/buying baby mice would be difficult
User avatar #75 to #74 - fawnity (02/10/2014) [-]
My teacher just buys the mice at a pet store. I believe insects would be fine, but try to keep them alive. They prefer live prey.
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