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She bit me

Cheerios (my corn snake) bit me.She bit me.

I was going to clean her tank before we go away so I went to take her out the way I always do(make sure she knows I'm there and grab her in the middle) she turned around a bit me.At least she let go right away.BUT SHE BIT ME.

I don't know why. It might be because her tanks getting warmer to shes more 'awake' and looking for more food.

Hopefully she won't bite my again because that cage is going to be cleaned whether she likes it or not.

Now I have a bite mark on my finger..which is actually pretty cool.And I'm not afride of her in away way.So ha ha ha evil master mind in disguise she is.I still love her.





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heh kermit bit me before, i was giving him a bath that he needed and he was done and i wasn't hehe he didn't let go right away though but he also didn't bite hard

he bit my friend before too but that was only because he was hurt

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I wonder if she knows she hurt my feelings?





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One of my corns also bit me a couple weeks ago. Never would have expected it. I felt stupid after since I was just telling my nephew about each personality then she is the one who goes and bites me.



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she has no idea that she hurt your feelings even if she knows its bad to bite. she just had her instinct kick in for a min

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Your snake dosen't have any feelings - not in the way we think of them anyway.
When a reptile bites you, it's 100% your fault.

Most reptiles only act on their instincts. Most of them don't mind being handeld, and they can get used to it, but they will never think it's a good think like with mammals.
(Some reptile peope think it might be different with big reptiles like green iguanas and other reptiles with this size, but this dosen't go for big snakes though)

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I didn't say it was her fault.And I think all animals have feelings.
Snakes are 100% still wild animals no matter how long they've been in captivity.

I was just talking to my self when I said that.Shes just trying to show that shes a tough one Shes silly and like to spy on people when she thinks you don't know she looking at you when your sleeping.Creeper.






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One of my corns also bit me a couple weeks ago. Never would have expected it. I felt stupid after since I was just telling my nephew about each personality then she is the one who goes and bites me.




Thats why I don't let people see me taking her out of the cage.I what to show people that snakes are nice not evil and I don't think they would believe me if she bit me right in front of their eyes.Reptiles and whatnot always do what you don't want them to do when your trying to tell someone about how nice they are.





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o.k., it is dumb question time! What does it feel like to be bitten by a snake? I mean, I know what it is like to be bitten by a dog, a gerbil, a rat, and a horse, and a bee. But in comparison, what is it like to be bitten by a snake? I'm curious. Not that I want to try it!


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Well it feels nothing like a dogs bite or hamster bite.Its more like when you pinch your skin when your closing the rings of a binder.Bigs snake obviously would hurt more.Or if the snake held on and didn't let go.





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Heres a picture of my bite





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Okay

But please don't mix the feelings most mammals and some other animals (some birds and squids) with the feelings a reptile experiences.
Those things can not be compared
Just like you can't compare an earthworms brain to the brain of a mammal

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I don't mix the feeling. I know that the brains of different animals:mammals,reptiles,birds etc,work different ways.





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Okay
Sorry if I annoyed you btw

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