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    Venomous collection

    Instead of updating various threads, I thought I could consolidate our animals in one post. We've been expanding a bit into arboreal Vipers, and a few more Bitis. We have a 1.1 pair of lubricus lubricus on the way, so lots of excitement here!


    Lake Nakuru Puff Adder, male



    Female Puff Adder



    Our west African Gaboon Viper female - Rosy


    Our west African Gaboon Viper male - Handsome


    A nice feeding shot of our Trans-pecos copperhead thanks to my wife


    Copper, our southern copperhead


    Jafar angry because I took his hide out for better viewing for some guests. Naja siamensis - indochinese spitting cobra


    East Ghana Rhino Viper, Dino


    Chomper Our Gila Monster getting sexed via ultrasound


    Ducky our yearling Gila monster prob female



    Mottled Rock Rattlesnake


    Banded Rock Rattlesnake, Franklin mountain locale, male - Aladdin


    Golden Eyelash Viper


    Toothless, Black Squam


    Mushu, our Red Squam


    Our coral cobra raffia - Aspedilaps lubricus cowlesi

    Enjoy! Will post updates in this thread from now on




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    Re: Venomous collection

    Really nice. Love the Rhino Viper and the TP Copperhead

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    Re: Venomous collection

    I love their names, particularly Toothless - and they're all beautiful animals!

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    they're all just so darn cool. thanks for posting them all in one place!
    4.4 ball python
    1.0 Albino 0.1 Coral Glow 0.1 Super Cinnamon paradox 1.0 Piebald 0.1 Pastel Enchi Leopard het Piebald 1.0 Coral Glow het Piebald

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    You have a lot of beautiful animals. The female gaboon and the copperheads are my favorites. I wish that my lifestyle allowed me to keep but it is not to be. Stay safe.

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Quote Originally Posted by JodanOrNoDan View Post
    You have a lot of beautiful animals. The female gaboon and the copperheads are my favorites. I wish that my lifestyle allowed me to keep but it is not to be. Stay safe.
    Cheers. Safety is our number 1 priority. For us and the animals.


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    awesome stuff!!!
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    Thanks all


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    Wonderful update!

    I really think the Rhino Viper. The color and pattern is special. How similar in behavior and venom type are they to the Gabby? They look related in many ways.

    Quite the changeup from the retics.

    Are you still working with retics, or is this current direction too demanding to deal with other species?

    We miss you in the retic section, but it is understandable if you have to focus more on this more advanced level of snake keeping.

    What is your easiest access to anti-venom if needed? I know you are rather intelligent and have researched all the potential hazards.

    I'm just curious if you have it at home, or if you have to be transported. I don't know any "hot" keepers personally so I'm just wondering what the typical plan of action is.

    Don't answer if you don't like that question.

    Bottom line is you have a very unique group there, and a lot of folks here are eager to learn about them.

    Excellent post.

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Great collection thanks for sharing. The golden eyelash and cooperhead are my favs. I really liked the gila monsters also.
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    1.0 : Pie Bald - Banana - Mystic Potion 66% pos het pied - Pastel Lesser het puzzle - Super Pastel 66% pos het puzzle

    1.0 2012 Albino Red Tail
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