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  1. Snakes
    Saw scaled viper found by a nine year old, a potentially deadly scenario.
  2. Snake Classifieds
    1.1 CB15/16 False Water Cobra's. Female CB15 normal, male CB16 hypo. Not for beginners. £200 each or £360 for both.
  3. General Herp Chat
    In the excellent BBC Four documentary Pain, Pus and Poison, Michael Mosley visits a lab with a comprehensive selection of venom producing creatures. It's not LSTM. Where is it?
  4. Snakes
    Do you live within the Midlands? If so, on Wednesday 23rd May at 7:00pm the University of Wolverhampton will be showing the recent documentary film 'Minutes to Die' in the Millenium City Building (see attached flier). Snakebite is a major issue globally, having the greatest impact in some of the...
  5. Invert Classifieds
    Hey Everyone, I'm wanting to turn one of my rooms into a room of "Venom" to speak. I'm looking for scorpions, Spiders etc. I love Tarantulas, but maybe something else in the spider world that might not be seen as often would be cool. Scorpions are first on my list though. But if Anyone...
  6. Snakes
    Here it is ... the VENOM DAY 2017 schedule! See***8230; for more information and to purchase tickets or for regular updates.
  7. DWA Species
    Here it is ... the VENOM DAY 2017 schedule! See***8230; for more information and to purchase tickets or for regular updates.
  8. DWA Species
    Help a young woman scientist break down barriers in what has been a historically male-dominated field :) My venom research PhD student Jordan Debono is competing with her life-saving research for the Queensland Women in Science 2017 prize. Please go to the link below and vote to support her...
  9. Snakes
    We are happy to have the preliminary schedule for Venom Day available (see below). Venom Day is sponsored and supported by Bangor University Herpetological Society, British Herpetological Society, Internation Herpetological Society and Reaseheath Herpetology and Entomology Society. Tickets can...
  10. Introductions
    Hi everyone, I'm Venomhunter and i'm from The Netherlands. I do research on reptiles in their natural habitat, i work in a shop and shelter for reptiles, arthropods and amphibians where i am the caretaker of everything that poseses venom (yes also dart frogs, allthough they have poison). I also...
  11. Snakes
    [/URL] Baby mojave rattlesnake aint she a beauty? ( ps not mine. Friend's snake. Just shared the pic for fun.)
  12. Snakes
    Seen a few videos and documentaries of people over in the states with large collections that inject venom into themselves for whatever reason but this is the first time I have ever seen someone in the UK doing it. This guy has an amazing collection, he maybe not the most likeable person but all...
  13. DWA Species
    Hi All I was wondering if anyone could share some information on the venom composition of two species that I have recently acquired. So far I have printed and kept all the information (next to the snakes vivarium) from the following site; WCH Clinical Toxinology Resources I have found...
  14. Spiders and Inverts
    my 8yr old asked can tarantulas kill cats? This got me thinking can anyone help would like to create a list of tarantula venom per species. How strong is it, how does it work,does it cause any lasting damage and rating how it would affect an adult cat as an example,due to tarantulas love of...
  15. Snakes
    milk snake bites experiences anyone? :snake:
  16. Hobby Issues & Information
    Does anyone have any information about the 2014 Bangor Venom Day?
  17. Spiders and Inverts
    got my first emperor scorpion :mf_dribble: whats the worst that will happen to me if i get stung i knoe its not advised to handle them but im very tempted ive held it with gloves on but want to do this without gloves have anyone got stung it pinched another question do they bite and how...
  18. Snakes
    I know there's the whole thing where everyone rages that snakes are venomous because it works in blood etc. But surely if you ate/drank some snake venom it wouldn't be too good for you? and at least give you a bit of a dicky tummy?
  19. Spiders and Inverts
    Hi all At Invicta Arachnid Club we have the privilege of some great speakers every month. Ian Abercrombie from the Phasmid Study Group gave a chat earlier this week on his trip to Borneo. On Wednesday 26th March Steve Trim, MD of Venom Tech, a company that uses reptile and spider venom in the...
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