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  1. Snake Classifieds
    A few young Viperines for sale. Some from last year and some of the "bilineata" form hatching out now. Please let me know if you are interested in these. They are my favourites! Will swap for Nerodia or Tarentola (gecko) specimens.
  2. Snake Classifieds
    I have a surplus male viperine for sale. It is around 14/15 inches in length. Lovely to handle and eating greedily on trout/smelt. Collection from Darlington area.
  3. Snake Classifieds
    I have a spare CB12 viperine snake (natrix maura) available to make space for a female. Its around 9/10 inches long. Collection from Darlington or willing to courier. Currently deep in shed but pics can and will follow. £35
  4. Snake Classifieds
    Unsexed hatchling , pm for pics feeding on samon , lance fish , trout can come with small habitat and dish n hides for an extra £5
  5. Snake Classifieds
    Does anyone in the North East have any for sale? Thanks:2thumb:
  6. ola

    Introductions
    hello people am Eduardo, I am from Portugal, I recently got a natrix maura wc, still only eats live round nosed lizards, but I will soon introduce fish and pinkies ... put some mosquitofish (gambusia affinis), but she does not care. thanks to everyone for all the knowledge available on this site!
  7. Snake Classifieds
    CAPTIVE BRED YOUNG Do very well in captivity, Feeding well on worms and small slithers of chopped up trout. similar to keeping garter snakes for further info email me. [email protected]
  8. Snake Classifieds
    I have an unsexed CB10 Viperine Snake (Natrix Maura) for sale. I bought an unsexed pair from a very reputable breeder. Unfortunately one died within days of getting it home. The remaining snake poops and has shed in one piece. It is also eating regularly although not every time food is offered...
  9. Snake Pictures
    Big thanks to wildlifewarrior for the snake and also to bladeblaster for holding onto it for me so I could pick it up from somewhere a bit closer to home. :) Such a lovely little creature, very inquisitive and active. Really looking forward to giving him his first feed and watching him grow.:flrt:
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