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Corn Snake Regurgitation or just not eaten?
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Old 03-27-2021, 03:51 PM   #1
Tillyfa
Corn Snake Regurgitation or just not eaten?

Hi!

Hope someone can shed some light on this... we fed our baby corn yesterday and Iíve just gone into the room where he is and found the mouse on the opposite side of the tank to where we fed him. Just wondered if anyone could tell me if itís a regurgitation or whether he just hasnít eaten it?

Heís been a great eater since weíve had him, feeds like clock work every 4-5 days on a pinky. This is the first meal thatís not been eaten.

The temps on the warm side are ; 29c and the humidity varies between 27to 33.

Iíve attached a picture, just wanted some advice before I offered food again.

Thanks!
 
Old 03-27-2021, 09:14 PM   #2
Shiari
That is shaped like a regurge.
 

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