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About my snakes eye
Hay my snake has one normal eye and one full on black one and its bigger and it did have a dint in it but that dint has healed what could it be really worryd and don't no what to do
If your snake has a problem with its eye, take it to a vet. If there is an infection, it could spread to the other eye, blinding the snake. Only a vet is qualified to properly answer your question.
by Pam Pounds5 months ago
How do you get a snake out of your car?Really. This happened to me. Thank goodness for some menfolk who worked really hard to beat it out. But...there's gotta be a better way!
by brittvan223 years ago
Quickest way to kill a snake????Also need preventative suggestions on keeping them away!!!
by Richard Bivins5 years ago
I got this in an email today and its the largest scariest snake ever. What do you think?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-x6VhNCKw5Q
by Phyllis Doyle Burns3 years ago
A Monacled albino cobra is on the loose in Southern California. http://news.msn.com/us/search-on-for-de … californiaAuthorities think the snake escaped from captivity and the owner has not yet been found....
by Barbara Badder6 years ago
Last year we had a Michigan rattler in our yard. Now I am seeing snake holes in my perennial flower garden. I'm not willing to give up my shrubs and gardens. How do I get rid of the snakes?
by Astralrose5 years ago
Is it proper to kill a snake when you encounter them?
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