Found a Fox Snake

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Found a Fox Snake

Post by LouB747 » May 14th, 2018, 7:57 pm

Back from a few days in Chicago. Quite a few videos to come. Here's a quick one.....

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I Enjoy Your Videos So Much

Post by Ameron » May 20th, 2018, 7:43 am

It would be so fun to meet you sometime - to swap stories of "the road".
Your helpring adventures thrill me, and make me wish that I could travel more often. (It's better to travel!)

I recently got my first Fox Snake. About 3 years old, and 3 feet long, she is even more mellow & amiable than most Corn Snakes.
She is active day & night, and often crawls onto my hands when I open her vivarium cover. She loves to explore - just like we do.

She & my Russian Ratsnake are the most mellow, fun, engaging snakes I have ever owned.

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Re: Found a Fox Snake

Post by regalringneck » May 23rd, 2018, 4:55 pm

..gr8t video ... our eastern frengs 4get how cool some of their own critters are to those of us who have mostly or only experienced the west.
fox snakes/redrats/racers/greensnakes/ ...& of course indigloes & adamanteus.... are every bit as "cool" as anything west of the 100th meridian.
thnx 4 posting / rxr ...

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