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Colubrids vs Boids - Intelligence

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Quote Originally Posted by Neal View Post
Now in all honesty I think we link inquisitive with smartness. While I do believe and I'm sure studies somewhere along the line have showed that some snakes are smarter than others, most of us are all going to be biased, like I am towards my Rufous Beaked.

I did this just out of a test. If you're going to watch, then please watch the videos in the order that they're posted.


  1. Zuzu's Avatar
    I'm a scientist. If you would like to set up a real protocol and experimentation process, I can help you with that. I'm still really unclear as to your hypothesis and methodology. Are you trying to use prey item behavior to get the snakes to come to you? Are you trying to use vibrations to see what breed shows the most curiosity? Since I'm currently doing research on Burmese Pythons, I'd love to know more about what you're doing.
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