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    Re: My Venomous Snakes

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


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    Not to be an a hole, but why would you put yourself at risk like that?

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    Re: My Venomous Snakes

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    Here is how docile he is on a normal day...


    Not to be an a hole, but why would you put yourself at risk like that?[/QUOTE]

    Not at all, quite a rational question. I do it because I know my animal BUT it shouldn't be done, period.

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    Re: My Venomous Snakes

    Quote Originally Posted by Najakeeper View Post
    Not to be an a hole, but why would you put yourself at risk like that?
    Not at all, quite a rational question. I do it because I know my animal BUT it shouldn't be done, period.[/QUOTE]

    Lol at least you admit it.

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    Here is the beautiful leucistic monocled:


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    Re: My Venomous Snakes

    Quote Originally Posted by Najakeeper View Post
    Here is the beautiful leucistic monocled...
    Gorgeous. If I were to get into keeping venomous snakes, hands down the Lucy Monocle would be my first.
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    Re: My Venomous Snakes

    Quote Originally Posted by Pyrate81 View Post
    Gorgeous. If I were to get into keeping venomous snakes, hands down the Lucy Monocle would be my first.
    They are amazing, aren't they?

    Here is the latest video from the Orange Patel Highlite Naja kaouthia girl:







    She is getting darker with each shed, really cool snake.

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    The water cobras are getting more docile by the day... Really amazing snakes.


    Interestingly, they have been refusing fish prey after the complete switch to unscented rodents. I still try to give them fish sometimes and the female decided to eat some today:






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    Beautiful snakes! I would never think of owning venomous sakes myself, but they sure do have stunning colours and patterns!
    Last edited by Kamerick; 11-02-2014 at 09:53 AM.
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    Re: My Venomous Snakes

    Quote Originally Posted by Kamerick View Post
    Beautiful snakes! I would never think of owning venomous sakes myself, but they sure do have stunning colours and patterns!
    Thanks for the comment. Yeah, sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and say I am crazy and I will sell all my snakes but the urge goes away in the morning . Venomous snakes look amazing and I absolutely love mine.

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    I finally managed to move them to their new cage. This is a tall cage and for the first night, they are acting completely arboreal. Here is the male sleeping on a ledge:





    I ordered some wire covers for the light bulb. Will come soon.

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