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    Found this. Someone was looking for them earlier.

    http://exoticpetslv.com/products/sma...on-snakes.html

    Is not a bad price. Wish I could pick one up but not in the cards right now.

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    Geez, no info on care? Just send money...I really hope these poor creatures survive, they're a challenge for the most experienced keepers.

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    Re: Found this. Someone was looking for them earlier.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Geez, no info on care? Just send money...I really hope these poor creatures survive, they're a challenge for the most experienced keepers.
    I have read a lot about them. Most people wont even guarantee live arrival after shipping them. Not for a beginner for sure.

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    I wish they'd just leave them be, in nature where they belong... Catching & shipping is pretty much a death sentence...what a waste.

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    Re: Found this. Someone was looking for them earlier.

    I wanted one of those so bad for the longest time until I read up of husbandry for them. No way Jose. They are gorgeous animals but harder to care for than human babies!!

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    They're a really hard species to get to survive and almost all of them never thrive. Beautiful snake but knowing that going in makes it a generous donation.

    I only know of one person who has successfully kept these and it was some years back. If I remember correctly what he said, he would feed his frogs and the temperature in the cage was always in the low 70's.
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    Sometimes we need to make a hard decision between doing what we want, and doing what is right.

    By the looks of things, this is one gorgeous animal that simply doesn't belong in the pet trade.
    \m/

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    Re: Found this. Someone was looking for them earlier.

    Quote Originally Posted by JRLongton View Post
    Sometimes we need to make a hard decision between doing what we want, and doing what is right.

    By the looks of things, this is one gorgeous animal that simply doesn't belong in the pet trade.
    I agree. There is no way I would just off that cliff.

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    Re: Found this. Someone was looking for them earlier.

    Quote Originally Posted by Toad37 View Post
    I wanted one of those so bad for the longest time until I read up of husbandry for them. No way Jose. They are gorgeous animals but harder to care for than human babies!!
    What?!! Human babies are easy. You just give them Nyquil and they sleep for days.
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    Re: Found this. Someone was looking for them earlier.

    Quote Originally Posted by RickyNY View Post
    What?!! Human babies are easy. You just give them Nyquil and they sleep for days.
    Child services?!?!

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