Do you want a pet snake? They make great pets! When choosing the best snake for you, it's important to consider how big the snake will be when full grown. Smaller snakes can live comfortably in twenty to forty gallon habitats and should eat frozen, thawed Pinky mice. Large snakes will need a bigger home and will eat frozen, thawed mice or rats. For first time snake parents, Corn snakes, Ball Pythons, Rosy and Sand Boas are great options! No matter which snake you choose, remember most can live between fifteen and thirty years! Are you ready for a long term commitment?
Okay so there are lots of comments that are saying that they got their beardie or leo for much cheaper than what I mentioned in the video. And that's fine. But this is the price that you have to pay to get these animals in Japan. It's not cheap here. I should've made the price range for you guys who live in The U.S. But not everyone lives there. So I just did it to my price range. Yes it's more expensive, yes it may sound ridiculous. But it's not cheap to get them here. If you really think that a $20 leo is the animal you want to care for, go for it. Same goes with $40 beardies. Those prices sound ridiculous to me. I've seen so many videos of people saying that their leo died or something, and some are still a juvenile. And yet, they go and get another one, again and again. It's like there's no impact of that one leo that passed away. I'm not against the people who do that, I mean you'd want to keep them again since they're good pets. But the prices they sell them for, that's something I'm not a big fan of. If they were more pricey, you'd think to give it better care, you'd want it to
We win the dispute! Thanks 'YouTube' For making the right decision! Age-Restriction removed from this innocent video! No more reports will be valid on this video. We helped the whole Reptile Community if you really think about it, I made my point, they listened and understood! Wasn't giving up. We all gotta eat! PLEASE SHARE!