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    Morning cleanup with one of the most dangerous snakes in the world. Also a quick reminder to never use bare hands for cleaning viper feces. Gloves or a scoop! Notice the shiny shed fang just sitting there waiting to shank an unsuspecting finger.


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    Re: Venomous collection

    Quote Originally Posted by reptileexperts View Post
    ...Morning cleanup with one of the most dangerous snakes in the world. Also a quick reminder to never use bare hands for cleaning viper feces. Gloves or a scoop! Notice the shiny shed fang just sitting there waiting to shank an unsuspecting finger...
    Something most people would NEVER think about. It always amazed me just how many shed fangs I saw in my rattlesnake's feces...amazing because fangs are so
    sharp, yet they pass harmlessly thru their digestive tract & out the "other end". I'd hesitate to feed hairless rodents for this reason, I suspect that it's mostly the hair that
    functions as "fiber" and sweeps out any fangs that came loose & were swallowed during their meals. To put it in human terms, that's like us swallowing a toothpick with a
    meal, & we know from medical records that often doesn't end well. Snakes have awesome adaptations, when you consider that swallowing a fang isn't a one-off either-
    fangs get replaced many times thru-out the snake's life.
    Many friends in low places...

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    Our new male Naja Naja we are raising to go with our female black pak. He is a black Indian crossed with a southern.


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    Yadayada photo dump.


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    Photo dump after tonight’s feeding round


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    Sri Lankan pit viper? I love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wnateg View Post
    Sri Lankan pit viper? I love it.
    Yes, Sri Lankan Pit.


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    Ransoms


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    Re: Venomous collection

    Really Cool Pics, I've been going thru your thread looking at all the pics you posted,

    WAY out of my league, but love seeing all the various venomous snakes!

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