Black Snakes

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  1. Luke_G

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    Luke that first mulga is sexy as. They are all nice but I like that mulga the best. Thanks for sharing
     
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    What morph/locality is that first mulga? Gorgeous elapids as usual :D

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    South West Queensland Mulga - More commonly referred to as St George Local, However most mulgas around SW Qld , NW NSW and surrounds are red.
     
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    Love the RBB, they are one of my favourites and definitely an iconic Australian snake (for me anyways). I have been tossing up whether or not I eventually want to get my venomous licence and I plan on getting an RBB as my introduction snake.
     
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    Red belly's are a great snake to keep. I have had a couple of mental ones but most are dog tame. There venom is dirty and a bite would not be a fun or painless experience so they still command a lot of respect. But with the correct handling techniques and "knowing" your animals the day to day maintenance is really easy.
     
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    Awesome looking snakes Luke! That St. George is stunning. Do you breed at all? :)
     
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