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Old 25-07-2012, 09:53 PM
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Thats good to hear, what would you say is your most challenging??
For me, its the baby gabby but thats because im absolutely crap with terrestrial snakes. I just 'get' being able to disentangle an arboreal, whereas with a huffy thick heavy terrestrial job i'm just a little more uncomfortable.


He is still only a baby and he doesn't defecate often, so hes actually still easier to look after than the retic/boigas/chondros etc
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Old 02-08-2012, 06:54 PM
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How about a fang shot thread? Here are couple of feeding snaps from yesterday.

After almost a year of fasting, my female albolabris is now taking everything I offer. For a relatively small snake, the fangs on these are HUGE.

Not the best pics, but I'm still a beginner pic taker.

Please feel free to add your own fang shot pictures

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The bottom teeth are also pretty large.

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indeed a stunning albolabris lee
when i get my falsie even though she is fully 1000% out of these guys league in terms of venom potency etc but will see if i can get some pics to add to your thread. great thread too by the way
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Stunning snakes OP!

Heres a couple to add:

V. gumprechti
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B. schlegelii
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B. gabonica (crap photo)
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I love feeding night!
your gumprechti is lovely but your eyelash is a beauty, i cant wait till i have enough experience to get a dwa and buy myself a few special snakey's
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Old 04-08-2012, 11:07 PM
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sorry to post on your thread but thought you people would like this pic:

I not great on snakes, but think if i remember correctly this is a rattle snakes fangs that i see today:
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Old 30-08-2012, 07:56 PM
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Loads of beautiful snakes on this thread guys, very interesting to see their fangs as well.
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Old 05-09-2012, 08:38 PM
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such amazing photos and beautiful snakes.
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some absolutely stunning hots
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Old 09-09-2012, 08:10 PM
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One from yesterday

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Old 15-09-2012, 01:23 AM
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One from yesterday

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First thing that came to mind on this one was "Get in my Belly!"
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Our Viper is T Insularis and about 40% we relocate appear to have only one fang
Usually its the right fang missing for some reason or other
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Our Viper is T Insularis and about 40% we relocate appear to have only one fang
Usually its the right fang missing for some reason or other
How many of them do you relocate (on average)?
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Before buying a royal python containing the spider gene, give this short video a watch. It may well change your mind http://youtu.be/JfTbiZ_dzVM
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