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In the wild, ticks are commonly found on snakes and do not pose as big of a threat as those snakes that live in captivity. This is because in captivity, the ticks have no place to go and will set up a breeding colony in the cage or enclosure. Ticks are ectoparasites that affect snakes and can cause various illnesses such as anemia (low iron), paralysis, and even death.
Ticks do more than just suck your snake’s blood; they can also transmit diseases such as sweating sickness, inclusion body disease (IBD), blood poisoning (which can all be fatal), and paramyxovirus, which can cause respiratory and central nervous system damage.
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