Message To: Gabriel In reference to Message Id: 234754
A couple of thoughts--how long have you had him? If you haven’t had him all that long, he is still getting adjusted to his new home. I’ve had my snow for almost three months and she is just now getting confident in her surroundings. She is a bit timid by nature, and still a baby. GIve yours more time.
A second thought, corns are mostly nocturnal. Although they do come out in the daytime sometimes, they are mostly active at night. If you wait until late in the evening, he may be more active.
Message To: CalKingOnyx In reference to Message Id: 234776
Also, most snakes are naturally shy and stay in their hides most of the time. The only snake we have that isn’t hiding 90% of the time is our copperhead, who very rarely uses his hide. I would be more concerned if he was out of his hide most of the time.