My favourite is definitely watching them put a meal down! It’s how the prey remains in place and they move over the item like fluid… It’s so amazing!
Absolutely! Snakes aren’t like dogs or cats, they don’t have the capacity to really thoroughly think through who they are biting and why. Snakes are very instinctual and everything they do has a basis for survival. I can’t tell for sure why your snake would all of a sudden bite you but in hatchlings it’s a case of trying to scare off a predator, adult snakes can be cage defensive, hungry, smell something delicious on you! There are a whole variety of factors. The possibility is always there even with the tamest of snakes and it’s something we just have to take into consideration. Hope I have helped somewhat :)
I pick up my Legless lizards and my RSP not tomorrow but the following day! Excited!
An eventful morning in the reptile section at work! A little baby childrens python was greedy and ate last night but decided to shed at the same time. His shed got stuck above his food lump so I got to help him shed! The blue tongues are shedding and eating EVERYTHING! And I’ve been bitten 17 times since arriving two hours ago. Doing well!
In all honesty I am going to go completely non-scale related and say Quinn my cockatiel. Watching her grow from an ugly little spikey dinosaur into a bird and watching her personality develop and change has been incredible. She is a completely different bird to any of the others in our store and it’s because of how she has grown up with me. She is my bird, fully and completely and I love her with all of my heart!
I am so so so sorry. I must’ve had a complete mind fart when posting them at work, I usually use the tag ‘rat death’ but I obviously didn’t complete it. Again, I am so sorry!