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    Love the pics and vids man. Keep them coming.
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    Re: My Venomous Snakes

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    Love the pics and vids man. Keep them coming.

    Thanks mate, will do!

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    The Samar male looks so peaceful behind the glass... 2 seconds before he starts thrashing in the terrarium :



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    Here is a macro of the female:



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    Three Acanthophis species in one video:


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    Man, these are grumpy. I had to take the male out for a routine cleaning and he refused to go into the temp. enclosure. Proceeded to chase me around etc. Finally, after the cage cleaning, this is his reaction:





    Sorry for the quality as it is a cell phone photo...

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    Just beautiful...



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    Here is another Samar video. Both snakes are in their permanent homes now and are enjoying life. I gave the female a bit of quail meet today and she seemed to love it.





    And here is a hint of a hood, a rare sight for my docile water cobras...





    Here is how docile he is on a normal day...



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    Just beautiful...



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    Re: My Venomous Snakes

    Quote Originally Posted by Najakeeper View Post
    So I had to decide which cobra species to keep due to space restrictions. Aside from the N.kaouthia morphs and the water cobras, which I keep, I choose the Naja samarensis, the Samar Cobra.


    These animals come from the Samar Island in the Southern Philippines. Although they are true spitters, adults rarely do so and this is a nice spitter to work with. Also, their colors are so amazing, this just makes them the most beautiful Naja species in my opinion and they stay around 3ft range, less than a meter in most cases. The only problem with them is their 'attitude'. These guys are always angry and they do not take prisoners. Someone I know used to say that if they were 6 ft instead of 3, we would probably be all evolved from them .


    And here is a feeding video:


    Wow.
    Think I'll focus on taking care of one calm, slow moving, non-venomous BP for now!

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