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Rijuka1521
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 Co-habitation

Hi all!
New member here. We recently got a baby Bull from our friend. We also have two corn snakes. Just wondering if we can put them all together? The corns are in a 30L and both are around 2 1/2 feet long. The bull is still pretty small but seems a bit restless in her present container. Any input is appreciated!!!!

Rich



08/06/12  07:18pm

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Cphill58
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  Message To: Rijuka1521   In reference to Message Id: 2275835


 Co-habitation

The bull snake will grow large enough and aggressive enough to eat the corn snakes IMO...

I will keep same species together...but not mixed. So corns with corns and bulls with bulls...but as I said , not mixed.



08/26/12  12:19pm

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  Message To: Rijuka1521   In reference to Message Id: 2275835


 Co-habitation

I would keep them seperate as well. Bulls are also typically an active snake and move around a lot. A large bull in a cage with two smaller corns would just stress the corns out.



08/30/12  02:07pm


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