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Breeding Corn Snake

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The breeding corn snake if properly cared for will produce healthy baby reptile snakes. In the fall, it is necessary to quit feeding the reptiles and prepare them to hibernate. They should be left in a cold room for about eight weeks. In the beginning of February, the reptiles should be brought back to their usual room. After a period of about four weeks, they start shedding. The male is introduced to the female enclosure about one week after the female sheds. After mating, the female sheds once again. She lays her eggs within 10 to 14 days. The breeding corn snake if properly cared for will produce healthy baby reptile snakes.

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Corn Snake

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Breeding Corn Snake

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The adult reptiles that are supposed to be bred should be in perfect health. A more substantial diet is advisable to make the reptiles put on some extra body weight. You can increase the feeding frequency or feed your pets larger prey items. The breeding corn snake if properly cared for will produce healthy baby reptile snakes.

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