I'm loving the title of this thread. Best thread title of the year contender for sure Lol
Back on topic.
Males will "cruse" when it's breeding season. They typically roam all over their cage and display very little interest in food.
I couldn't say for sure whether they display this behaviour, despite the lack of a female presence. The only time I had a single male was when I first started keeping royals and I wasn't aware of the subtle changes in behaviour. From then on I've always had females around
1.0.0 normal royal 1.0.0 mojave royal 1.0.0 pastel enchi royal 0.1.0 cinnamon royal 0.1.0 pewter royal 0.1.0 genetic stripe royal 0.1.0 lesser goblin royal 0.1.0 phantom royal 0.1.0 Columbian rainbow boa 0.0.1 aru x jaya GTP 0.1.0 bredli 1.0.0 trans pecos rat snake 1.0.0 fat black cat
I was wondering if many had much experience of having just one male, because it's a recurring theme that one snake is only one snake for a very short time. I appreciate the replies though and I'm glad you like the title.