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  1. DWA Species
    Hi all, i dont have DWA but im researching around the topic. Many reccommend purchasing vials of antivenom for the species you are keeping. I like north american species in general so anything dwa would be rattlesnake, copperhead, cottonmouth sort of thing. So everything viperidae. What kinds...
  2. DWA Species
    I have emailed the council and they have rang back and all i wanted was information he did give me the info but just to double check with yourselves first thing he said would be that this council will not issue a licence unless it is a detatched property he then stated that i would need to pay a...
  3. DWA Species
    A friend and I are doing a 110 mile sponsored walk to raise money for Antivenom Swazi Foundation, a charity which helps to alleviate the suffering and deaths as a result of snakebite. Many of you know about the desperate situation people find themselves in when bitten by snakes in Swaziland...
  4. DWA Species
    I'm a tortoise keeper not a DWA keeper, but I'm currently studying an MSc course at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and we have done a lot of stuff on venomous snakes and snakebite in Africa and I thought some of you may be interested to read a little about it as you may well keep some of...
  5. Snakes
    I'm a tortoise keeper not a snake keeper (yet!), but I'm currently studying an MSc course at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and we have done a lot of stuff on venomous snakes and snakebite in Africa and I thought some of you may be interested to read a little about it as you may well keep...
  6. DWA Species
    antivenomswazi.org Personal message to me by Thea Litschka-Koen. We are in BIG trouble, I need help urgently...like yesterday. Even bandages and basic stuff will be appreciated but first we need Antivenom We have another 3 months of snakebite with no antivenom, it's going to get really...
  7. Spiders and Inverts
    BBC Article I swear they have used stock footage of a P. imperator (or other black scorpion) at one point. Esp compared to the shots of the scorpion being 'milked' oops, laready posted lower down.
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