I need advice about feeding my 16 month old Diamond. When she turned one year old, I started her on 80g weaner rats once a fortnight (previously XL mouse once a week). This worked well until about a month ago. Her last shed started just at the end of the feeding fortnight, so I didn’t feed her until she shed, so three weeks gap. After she ate, she didn’t “switch off” and has continued to stalk, and even snap at sudden movements. This was completely new behaviour from her, and as I assumed she’s still hungry from after the shed, I offered her two weaner mice rather than another rat, three days after the initial feed. Then a week after the first rat, I offered her another, as she was still stalking and looking for food. After she pooped and peed, I weighed and measured her and she’s 140cm/540g. That means one weaner rat is about 15% of her weight. Also, after she pooped/peed she snapped at white paper towel I was using to clean up inside her enclosure. I assume she mistook whiteness/movement for a rat. She appears to be constantly hungry, and comparing her last two shed skins, there seems to have been a growth spurt as well. Should I go back to feeding her weekly, one weaner rat? I’m not sure she could swallow an adult rat just yet. Being a Diamond, I’m keeping the daytime temperature in her enclosure at 27-29 in the warm zone to 22-24 in the cool zone. At night it goes down to room ambient temperature, which is around 20 degrees. I’m not planning on brumating her. Do I need to fiddle with the temperatures to suppress her constant hunger? Or is it normal at this time of the year for them to eat as much as possible? I feel that my calm, relaxed snake has been replaced by a hunger monster and I want to get rid of it!