Baby cobra

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  1. KaotikJezta

    KaotikJezta Very Well-Known Member

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    She is adorable
     
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    Thanks :)

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    To be honest, I have no idea haha. Do you mean whether it's eyes go cloudy or not? I shall let you know when she sheds :).
     
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    Haha yes sorry, I meant the cloudy eyes :)
    For sure, definitely let me know!
     
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    Will do :)
     
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    That is absolutely stunning - complete perfection of nature.
     
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    G'day, Beautiful looking suphan. I had a couple myself while working in the us Ill add a couple pics hope you don't mind. Courtesy of Jeremy Bishop, and myself for photos and Tom Crutchfield for the location.
     

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    Crotalid, she's adorable!!! :D

    But isn't she a bit... Umm dangerous to keep? Unless you have a antidote or live near a hospital ect.

    P.S. Post more pics of her!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
     
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    Sorry I am a little late, I don't know how I have not seen this thread till now. Anyways congrats on the new lil one. Your building a nice venomous collection. What's next on the list?

    Regards, Patrick
     
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    Sorry for the late response.

    Thanks :)

    Of course i don't mind. The monocled cobra market is going down the Royal python route, there must be about 30 different morphs you can get these days.

    Thank you. Yes, she is very dangerous haha. I do not keep the anti venom, as you're not allowed to keep it on your persons where i live, however it is stored at a facility where by, it would be sent out to the required hospital.

    But best to never be bitten :)

    Thanks! I've recent bought big Mexican black tailed rattlesnakes (Crotalus molossus nigrescens), and Bothrops asper - Not sure if i've posted pictures of those before..

    Due to pick up Bothrops brazili (Brazil's lancehead) in March, which I am happy about as there are only a handful of people keeping these. As well as Bothrops vezeuelensis (Venezuelan lancehead) and hopefully some Atropoides mexicanus (Mexican jumping viper). Then later in the year, fingers crossed for either Lachesis muta (Bushmaster) or Crotalus tigris (tiger rattlesnake), depending on what is available.
     
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    Lanceheads are cool

    Couple of ours already released
    Baby spitter, naja sputatrix
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    Then I'll just up the ante a fraction Crotalid
    Just released 106 of these little darlings
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    They're amazing
     
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    Great conversation. Splendid snakes. Hooray!
     
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    All great looking snakes, the overseas one I like the most is the Eyelash Pit Viper, are either of you allowed to keep them and how hard are they to keep if you are?
     
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    Thanks. Yes, I can keep eyelash vipers. But I wouldn't, unless I got one for free lol. I don't like them personally, they're quite ugly as adults (have a rather large protruding hump nose lol).

    But yeah, they're easy to keep, very common in captivity.

    Lanceheads are a big favourite of mine, them and rattlesnakes.

    Baby kings are awesome! Let's hope a high number of them make it. Did you give them any food prior to releasing them?
     
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    We released asap
    Only fed the last few because they were a lot smaller
    Came from a tiny mum and I stuffed up the incubation a bit
     
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