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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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    Sri Lankan pit viper? I love it.
    Yes, Sri Lankan Pit.


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    Ransoms


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