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    Re: Venomous collection

    Couple shots from feeding

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Our latest picked up yesterday

    European Long-nosed Vipers

    Vipera ammodytes ammodytes

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    Re: Venomous collection

    A few of our pick ups from a show this past weekend!

    Rough-scaled Death Adder
    Red Spitting Cobra
    Angolan Coral Cobra
    Female Long-nosed Viper

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    Everything looks good there Cody.

    I miss your retic updates a lot, but my curiosity peaks when I see animals that very few people keep.

    Very few folks I encounter in the hobby actually come from a biology background and that's where most of my interest lies when it comes to snakes.

    Its good to see you pop in here so I'll simply say thanks for the update post!

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    Everything looks good there Cody.

    I miss your retic updates a lot, but my curiosity peaks when I see animals that very few people keep.

    Very few folks I encounter in the hobby actually come from a biology background and that's where most of my interest lies when it comes to snakes.

    Its good to see you pop in here so I'll simply say thanks for the update post!
    Retics are definitely good still. When we moved about 2-3 years ago, the new house doesn't have massive space for doing videos, so we have to take them outside for even pictures now. The venomous just give us the ability to work with them in a smaller space.

    The neat things about venomous is definitely studying the evolutionary behavior that comes with them. Death Adders for instance, are a part of PNG / Australia where no "vipers" exist. Instead they have these awesome little adders that are true elapid (front fixed fangs) with a strong neurotoxin. They resemble vipers in their morphology and behavior. A true "intermediate" species to the link between vipers and elapids!
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    Re: Venomous collection

    Some fresh shots and some combined shots

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Our Male Vipera ammodytes ammodytes enjoying their new enclosures after we finished their 3d backgrounds

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    Awesome looking collection. I'm getting ready to take my first plunge into venomous but not quite on the scale you are. I'm thinking of getting a Gila or Beaded Lizard as I've always wanted one since a kid.
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    Re: Venomous collection

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    Retics are definitely good still. When we moved about 2-3 years ago, the new house doesn't have massive space for doing videos, so we have to take them outside for even pictures now. The venomous just give us the ability to work with them in a smaller space.

    The neat things about venomous is definitely studying the evolutionary behavior that comes with them. Death Adders for instance, are a part of PNG / Australia where no "vipers" exist. Instead they have these awesome little adders that are true elapid (front fixed fangs) with a strong neurotoxin. They resemble vipers in their morphology and behavior. A true "intermediate" species to the link between vipers and elapids!
    The sound of applause!

    Keep the updates coming, and enjoy the adventures of the new home and whatever else comes your way.

    I would be grateful if you did another retic video or an update.

    You are an asset to this board in many ways, and I hope people appreciate the biology background you bring along too.

    Enjoy the rest of the summer.

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Another round of images

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