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Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by kakariki, Aug 18, 2008.

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    kakariki Very Well-Known Member

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    I was talking to a mate today & we were wondering what the most difficult snakes are to keep & breed. Also the same for lizards. The reason being, we want to avoid buying them at this stage. We would appreciate some input from those of you with experience.
     
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    kakariki Very Well-Known Member

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    bump........ ??????
     
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    i think i would have to say angle-headed dragons... i dont keep them, but have read plenty a time that they are difficult to keep. someone correct if wrong!:)
     
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    I've heard Shinglebacks are hard to get breeding?
     
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    OK, that's a great start, or not, lol. Angel heads were one I was thinking of but I will wait till I have more experience. Thanks for the info! Green tree snakes..mmm. They are gorgeous. And I had heard the same thing about Shingles! I was surprised cos I thought they would be easy.
    Any more???
     
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    Sdaji APS Veteran APS Veteran

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    Sea Snakes, Bandy Bandies......
     
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    dragon lady Suspended Banned

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    what about lizards... would that be the green tree monitor or the Pilbara Rock Monitor?
     
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    kakariki Very Well-Known Member

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    hmmm.......doesn't ANYONE have any info????
     
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    My shinglebacks breed easy if I just feed them, water them and wait. I dont really know I get babys untill I see them.

    I think people say there hard to breed because they pair up for life. And you have to get them as either a breeding pair or get 2 and hope they get together.

    But I dont like breeding lizards because I cant sell them because there cute!!
     
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    Maybe diamonds? just because of their extra husbandry requirements?
     
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    lol... oenoelli too sdaji:p
     
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