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Old 23-10-2012, 11:39 PM
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Just curious really. would love to see people's unusual snakes .... And nope sorry I'm not counting " this is a pic of my unusual royal, corn ect " just looking for some inspiration
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Old 23-10-2012, 11:48 PM
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Not sure if it counts as unusual as I know I few have them, but they aren't common.

Malagasy giant hognose:

http://www.reptileforums.co.uk/forum...cariensis.html
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Old 23-10-2012, 11:50 PM
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Not sure if it counts as unusual as I know I few have them, but they aren't common.

Malagasy giant hognose:

http://www.reptileforums.co.uk/forum...cariensis.html

hmm well i only know of 1 other person with them but that dont count for much as i generaly only stick my nose in boa / royal bits n bobs lol
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Old 23-10-2012, 11:53 PM
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i have malagasy giant hogs

i also have rufous beaked, cantors kukri, inornatus housies, japanese rats the list goes on!
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Old 23-10-2012, 11:54 PM
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Not sure how unusual she is exactly
but.... Behold:
Calamari!






Cuban tree boa
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Well compared to your usual snakes I have :

Viatnamese blue beauties



Broad Banded Bamboo Ratsnake



and a False water Cobra


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Old 23-10-2012, 11:56 PM
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Well compared to your usual snakes I have :

Viatnamese blue beauties

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Broad Banded Bamboo Ratsnake

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and a False water Cobra

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very nice i have all those too, great snakes!
corpselight and bob brown like this.
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hmm well i only know of 1 other person with them but that dont count for much as i generaly only stick my nose in boa / royal bits n bobs lol
There are 5 or 6 on here that keep them that I know of, and another 3 or 4 who have kept them in the past.
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There are 5 or 6 on here that keep them that I know of, and another 3 or 4 who have kept them in the past.
I have kept all three Leioheterodon species... right now I only have the L. madagascariensis, which are great - to be honest I found the other two species to be a bit dull.

I have a fair few other species worth a mention on here, there are pictures of many of them on my other threads... some of the standouts are:

Several Philothamnus species (African Bush Snakes)
Several Psammophis species (Sand Snakes)
Thrasops jacksoni
Many Whip Snake species (Platyceps, Dolichophis, Hemorrhois)
Liophis jaegeri
Chrysopelea ornata (Ornate Flying Snake)
Dendrelaphis pictus (Painted Bronzeback)
Several Boiga species
Philodryas baroni (Argentine Arrowheads)
Oxybelis fulgidus (Neotropical Green Vine Snake)
Several European Rat Snakes (Elaphe, Zamenis, Rhinechis)
Many Asian Rat Snakes (Elaphe, Coelognathus, Rhadinophis, Gonyasoma, Orthriophis, Oreocryptophis)
Lytorhynchus diadema (Awl-Headed Snakes)
Spalerosophis diadema (Diadem Snakes)
Homalopis buccata (Puff-Faced Water Snake)

For starters...
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Not sure how unusual she is exactly
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Calamari!


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Cuban tree boa
Gorgeous snake and wonderful name, we have a Celeriac!
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