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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. 

 
Member Comment 10/11/2017 4:44:50 PM

Lowlands Reptiles

If a pinkie is to big for the baby snake, try feeding only the head of the pinkie. Or if even that is to big, try feeding a mouse tail. 

And like the people above said. If it is WC, then it's best to do an examination for internal parasites. Those can be the cause that the snake won't eat. 

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