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    are snakes territorial

    hi everyone just a question . are snakes territorial ?

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    cool any idea what species are??

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    Most snakes would be but could get use to handling or being around other snakes. Some snakes are cage protective, others may be aggresive during breeding or sheding. It just depends on the snake.....
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    Territoriality has got nothing at all to do with handling or aggression towards handlers nor it means that animal permanently living in a particular patch of habitat is territorial.
    Territorial species are those animals that actively protect their territory against other animals, even conspecifics.
    Snakes are not territorial.

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