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Old 04-30-2021, 11:28 PM   #1
Frank Pinello
Looking for Love

A funny thing happen today when I was working with my corn snakes in my garage down here in South Florida. Around 6pm I went into my garage where I keep my corns to separate a lemon Tessera male from his honey striped mate that I place together about an hour earlier and saw confirmation evidence that they had locked up. After separating them I turned to the my work table next to my racks to log the mating date. But I found something else. Crawling across my log book on the table was a corn snake. At first I thought one escape the rack! No. It doesn’t look like any corn snake I have. Picked it up and realized it was a wild male corn finding his way to the female rack. Obviously looking for love.
He is a bit thin and maybe 30” long.
I felt bad that I didn’t have a mate for him. Kinda felt like a pimp trying to think who I can pair him with.
Plan to feed him tomorrow and then on Sunday releasing him by a nearby wooded area by a power line easement. Lots of mice living along the grassy area of the easement.
 
 

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