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ksekres 12-03-2021 03:49 AM

My first ever :)
 
I wanted to say hello cause I'm new here on the forum and new in this reptile world. This is my first ever corn I bought her 3 weeks ago and she is about 3 months old. I already love her [emoji16] Have a good dat everyone! https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/202...88fc6a363c.jpg

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hypnoctopus 12-03-2021 06:10 AM

She's super cute! What is her name?

Welcome to the forum!

ksekres 12-03-2021 06:32 AM

Her name is Sznurka in translation it means a string, but as I see her everyday in position like in the photo she looks more like a meerkat to me :p:

blacktip 12-03-2021 01:51 PM

Very nice tessera. I love it when they have a clean stripe down the back like that.

hypnoctopus 12-03-2021 04:25 PM

Yeah, she totally does look like a meerkat in that position! Too funny! Cute name, too!

SnakeCreations 12-03-2021 09:02 PM

So cute! Congratulations!!

-Tonya

Rich Z 12-04-2021 06:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ksekres (Post 1743666)
Her name is Sznurka in translation it means a string, but as I see her everyday in position like in the photo she looks more like a meerkat to me :p:

Are you using an undertank heater for that caging? If she seems to be constantly wanting to climb up the side of the cage, you may want to check the temperature of the floor of the cage.

ksekres 12-05-2021 02:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rich Z (Post 1743677)
Are you using an undertank heater for that caging? If she seems to be constantly wanting to climb up the side of the cage, you may want to check the temperature of the floor of the cage.

She does that only in the evening, temp on the floor on that specific place is 29-29.9 celcius not over 30, controlling it by thermoregulator and termometer sticked to the bottom where she has no option to go. I heat only the coco hide so not more than 1/3 of the container. Opposite side is room temp which is around 24-25 degrees celcius, where she has a hide, Water in the middle and the third hide. Now in the morning she lays peacufully in the coco on the warm side. I think she just wants to escape in the evening, also she digs a lot too

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MysticExotics 12-05-2021 01:32 PM

Welcome to the forum!
Very pretty Tessera!

Rich Z 12-05-2021 07:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ksekres (Post 1743678)
She does that only in the evening, temp on the floor on that specific place is 29-29.9 celcius not over 30, controlling it by thermoregulator and termometer sticked to the bottom where she has no option to go. I heat only the coco hide so not more than 1/3 of the container. Opposite side is room temp which is around 24-25 degrees celcius, where she has a hide, Water in the middle and the third hide. Now in the morning she lays peacufully in the coco on the warm side. I think she just wants to escape in the evening, also she digs a lot too

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Your temps don't sound bad. I was afraid you had the cage just too warm and she was laying up against the glass to try to cool down.

General rule of thumb I would go by is that if a corn snake is on the prowl, there is something it is looking for that is not in the cage, or the cage has something in it that they don't like and want to get away from.

Any snake on the prowl in the wild when it really doesn't need to be is potentially a meal for a predator. So by nature they are prone to be sedentary when they are content with their surroundings and lacking pressing internal urges.


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