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Q: why is it thin?
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jazzthehero

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king [wild]

the sizes of the baby kingsnake in videos are bigger than mine. My kingsnake were coaght in the wild bdw. it is similar to a small corn snake size so even a pingkie may be bigger than the best part of my snake what should i feed it?

*IT DOESN'T LIKE EARHWORMS BDW


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Member Comment 9/3/2017 11:14:04 AM

Sonja K. Reptiles

He might have parasites.

 
Member Comment 9/4/2017 10:12:41 AM

Sasha2

let it go where you got it from  and get yourself a healthy captive bred kingsnake.  You dont say what kind of kingsnake it is either so its hard to help..

 
Member Comment 9/6/2017 3:51:35 PM

AbsoluteApril

skip earthworms. Either let it go or try a day old pinky mouse.

 
Member Comment 9/7/2017 3:05:04 PM

Aimee

I agree with all of the above. 

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