In a snakey way.
Yep, we have 3 new additions on the creek.
K is not much of an animal guy. He tolerates the dogs, not into the barn, or any of those animals. Actually, the smell of most of those animals repulses him. I can not tell you how many times he has run from inside the barn out to fresh air, gagging.
It just smells like a barn...
So he has found much pleasure in reptiles.
He really wanted a shark, but that's not really feesible.
I mean I do what I can, but..
He then really wanted a ball python.
They require a little more snake knowledge than we posses at this time.
He then fell in love with a Lavender King snake, but the pet store wanted 165.00 for it.
So we went home to research which snake might be good fo us.
It was the corn snake.
They are AWESOME, gentle, come in so many colors, and can breed easily.
You know about me and my love of watching babies of all species come to be...
So we ordered 1 male, and 2 females.
I was not going to drop wads of cash on housing, so we visited you tube and other sources on the net, and learned how to make our own snake containers.
It was so easy.
which is running hot, so thermostats have been ordered.
Add substrate, and recycled hides.
And here are our new friends!
E's sunkist Corn who has been named Star/Hidey.
She's really pretty and sweet.
K's strikey/ stripey who is a carmel motley corn.
He is pretty scared and strikes a lot, in a few months he'll be calmer.
He's the male.
And M's cremesicle corn, which actually is not a true corn,
but a hybrid with some sort of rat snake in the history.
M took the naming very seriously.
Her final and only name is Hazel.
Next up: Feeding, which is not for the faint of heart.
And yes there is video.
Because it's me.