NO that is by NO MEANS OK WOW
Holy SHIT is that not ok. I can’t even wrap my head around that it’s like??? Why would you get an animal if you aren’t going to take care of it? You can’T JUST KILL AN ANIMAL WHEN YOU DON’T WANT TO TAKE CARE OF IT ANYMORE HOLY SHIT
First and foremost a 6 foot corn snake is virtually HARMLESS even if they DO bite you (which is very unusual). He has to specify what kind of snake he would consider “dangerous”. And just because a snake reaches 6 feet does not mean it is any more aggressive than it was a 5 or 4 feet. And expensive??? What the fuck does he mean by that? A $7 rat once or twice a MONTH is too expensive or something?!???! I REALLY DON’T KNOW WHAT THE FUCK HE’S TALKING ABOUT.
Like. The only “dangerous” snake I can think of at 6 feet would be a particularly aggressive constrictor like an african rock or an extremely out of character burm or something. Or maybe a scrub python, but I highly doubt he’d get one of those at any point in time. And by “dangerous” I mean that at that length it would be wise to have two people handle them, for safety’s sake. Like, so the snake doesn’t decide to use your neck as support (NOT try to kill you literally assume your neck is a good branch to cling to) and accidentally suffocate you. That’s it.
That professor is fucked up. Just fucked up to ever consider something like that an option.
This is my 6 foot Corn he isn’t exactly harmless because he can bite and it will hurt.. but he certainly can not kill a human. 99% he is a chill noodle that wants nothing more than to just slither around.
Any animal can be dangerous.. I honestly don’t think your Professor should have ANY animal period.
I am torn between being angry at the idiot professor, and wanting to gush over your adorable little corn snake.
Local friends, y’all need some snakes I can come hug.
FRIENDLY REMINDER: your tummy is cute as HECK and you should eliminate anyone that tells you otherwise
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