Corn snakes

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Item Classifieds' started by dragonsden73, Feb 6, 2010.

  1. dragonsden73

    dragonsden73
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    Looking to get rid of my snakes as I have no time for them, plus I need to off a bunch of stuff as I may have to move.

    First is my adult pair. One male (Snow Corn, pink/white), one female (Brown colors). She had her first clutch of 6 last August or so. Both are about 3 1/2 to 4 feet long. Comes with 55 gallon tank, screen lid, stand, lighting, heating pad, and a ton of extra bedding. Trying to remember when I got them, probably 2 or 2 1/2 years old.$150

    Next is the last baby from her clutch. Female juvenile, black and white with 10 gallon tank, screen lid, heating pad and extra bedding. $50

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  2. dragonsden73

    dragonsden73
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    These got to go....$150 for everything.
     
  3. ZachS

    ZachS
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    Totally tempted, but looking around at my plants (or what's left of them) makes me think that it probably wouldn't be such a good idea.
     
  4. dragonsden73

    dragonsden73
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    Still have the adults available...baby escaped a couple weeks ago so it's either under house or Chihuahua food..................
     
  5. MountainBear

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    Damn that's disturbing.
     
  6. Gzus

    Gzus
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    Still available? I got a friend that might be interested
     
  7. dragonsden73

    dragonsden73
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    Still got the critters....
     

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