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    Venom Life Neal's Avatar
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    A few of my venomous.

    Of course I'm tampering with the camera and neither of my vipers were happy campers so they wouldn't sit still.




    And of course my newest addition, well got him the same time I got my black squam, but yea.


    Last edited by Neal; 12-14-2017 at 08:07 PM.
    -Colubrids-
    2.0.0 - Rhamphiophis rostratus (Rufous Beaked)

    -Venomous-
    1.1.0 - Atheris squamigera (Variable Bush Viper)
    1.0.0 - Cerastes cerastes (Desert Horned Viper)
    1.0.0 - Naja siamensis (Black & White Spitting Cobra)


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    Re: A few of my venomous.

    Those bush vipers are beautiful! Do they practice caudal luring?

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    Re: A few of my venomous.

    Quote Originally Posted by MD_Pythons View Post
    Those bush vipers are beautiful! Do they practice caudal luring?
    I do see my black squam using her tail sometimes, so I'm sure they do it in the wild.
    Last edited by Neal; 12-14-2017 at 08:13 PM.
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    2.0.0 - Rhamphiophis rostratus (Rufous Beaked)

    -Venomous-
    1.1.0 - Atheris squamigera (Variable Bush Viper)
    1.0.0 - Cerastes cerastes (Desert Horned Viper)
    1.0.0 - Naja siamensis (Black & White Spitting Cobra)


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    Re: A few of my venomous.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neal View Post
    Of course I'm tampering with the camera and neither of my vipers were happy campers so they wouldn't sit still.





    spectacular!!!!!

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    Re: A few of my venomous.

    why are the deadliest ones always the prettiest??
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    Black squam is my favorite but dig them all.

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    Re: A few of my venomous.

    Beautiful collection but I gotta ask.....can you handle these dangerous creatures or do you just drop the food in the enclosure and stand back

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    Re: A few of my venomous.

    Quote Originally Posted by Godzilla78 View Post
    spectacular!!!!!
    Thanks, he was my first squam, and I plan to breed him to the black squam female.

    Quote Originally Posted by tttaylorrr View Post
    why are the deadliest ones always the prettiest??
    I know, that's really the primary reason I got into venomous honestly. Hands down look the most unique.

    Quote Originally Posted by John1982 View Post
    Black squam is my favorite but dig them all.
    She's growing on me a lot, and out of all she's the most temperamental. I'll try to give her water from a lab style rinse bottle and she'll strike at it.

    Quote Originally Posted by ckuhn003 View Post
    Beautiful collection but I gotta ask.....can you handle these dangerous creatures or do you just drop the food in the enclosure and stand back
    Thanks. I mean I don't free handle per say, but I do deal with them, more so the cobra I have which isn't picture because he's in shed. I'll take him out, and let him roam around a bit, and I have grabbed him towards the tail to slide him or re-position him, but I do it with great caution. I don't really put my hands on the vipers because I find them highly unpredictable, but if I have to I have the pin tool and tubes so that I can do it safely.

    I just find I read my cobra really well, although he's a spitting cobra, he has never spit at me, and he rarely hoods, sometimes he does a partial but never a full hood.
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    1.0.0 - Cerastes cerastes (Desert Horned Viper)
    1.0.0 - Naja siamensis (Black & White Spitting Cobra)


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    That black squam is something for sure...

    Cool photos.

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    Re: A few of my venomous.

    Quote Originally Posted by Najakeeper View Post
    That black squam is something for sure...

    Cool photos.
    Thanks.

    Once my Naja siamensis sheds I'll take a photo since you like Naja spp. I'm waiting until I can find annulata again.
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    2.0.0 - Rhamphiophis rostratus (Rufous Beaked)

    -Venomous-
    1.1.0 - Atheris squamigera (Variable Bush Viper)
    1.0.0 - Cerastes cerastes (Desert Horned Viper)
    1.0.0 - Naja siamensis (Black & White Spitting Cobra)


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