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- 10-Jul-12, 03:28 PM #31
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Why cant it be released if it only has one eye? I think your vet is retarded to let it stay with you!!
Because it is blind in 1 eye it can't hunt properly , we have tested it with live stuff and it can't feed. so it is unfit for the wild...
- 10-Jul-12, 08:16 PM #34
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just so everyone knows, the olive python is about 2m in length and a little fatter than a garden hose. the Carpet Python is 2.3m and about as fat as your arm. i know for a fact that they wont eat each other..... will keep you posted on what happening. by the way, i do have 2 cages. both 1000mm long X 400mm high and 400mm wide. and they both connect with 100mm PVC pipe. so they have been separated for about 3 months then i decided to put them together.
not a load... ok it see's the food, strikes. misses to the left... strikes again. misses to the right. strikes again misses abotu 3 more times then gets it..... you basically have to hit it on the nose for it to strike on target....
Only got to hit 1 target every few months..
- 10-Jul-12, 08:37 PM #41
- 10-Jul-12, 08:39 PM #42
Would you look at that... you learn something new everyday. I never knew snakes were predominantly visual hunters, I wonder what those scales on the corners of their mouths are. They look so cool with those pits... and that forked tongue, wow could you believe how sensitive it is to smells. It could even discern from which side the smell comes from depending on which side of the fork has more sensory stimuli. Never knew one blind eye could affect them so much being such visual hunters.Two wrongs don't make it right, but 2 rights will make a U-turn.
Yes well usually an injured animal would go to an authorised carer..... but vets don't always do that, they often let people look after things. I suppose its better than the person just killing it because they can't trust the vet for advice or medication.1 x Mareeba Jungle Python
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- 10-Jul-12, 08:54 PM #44
Funniest thing I read in this whole thread is the title asking
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