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Newbie here, just not to snakes

The Classroom

New member
Good morning,
New member here. Been dabbling in breeding for several years, corns and kings. I use snake genetics in the classroom to show some of the cool morphs they could get from selective processes. Most are afraid of snakes when we start but are fascinated by the end of the semester.
Currently have 8 corn snakes, 4 greenish rat snakes, 4 eastern king snakes, 2 Florida kingsnakes, an eastern rat snake, an everglades rat snake, and 1 bull snake.

Glad to be here, now to start reading the posts.