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adiwisaksonoadi10 months ago
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Amazing Central American palm vipers (Bothriechis aurifer) 馃悕馃敟 .
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snakehacksa year ago
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Follow me on Instagram and I'll follow you back! https://www.instagram.com/snake_hacks/
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snakehacksa year ago
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Hey, have you guys checked out my interview with Ben Cole Reptiles yet? I guarantee that it鈥檚 an interesting chat about the reptile industry you shouldn鈥檛 miss. It includes how Ben found success in the ball python industry and bought a reptile farm on several acres, reptile laws, reptile trends, and other words of wisdom (his, not mine). Please subscribe to my YouTube channel as well! thanks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAYiXRtutBw&feature=emb_title
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snakehacksa year ago
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The Great Basin gopher snake is a desert-dwelling species closely related to bull and pine snakes. While similar to their cousins, the Great Basin gopher snake differs when it comes to pattern, head shape, and personality. It also doesn鈥檛 grow as large as the pine or bullsnake.
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snakehacksa year ago
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This is my male Thayer's Kingsnake (variable kingsnake). Unfortunately, he suffers from chronic poor shedding since he was a hatchling. He's also not the brightest of snakes. This method always works for him 100% of the time. Please note that if your snake is suffering from another form of illness not related to shedding, this method might not work. This method works best for healthy snakes that simply don't shed well on their own.
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fullloverhottub-blog4 years ago
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Snakes as pets
We all know as one of the most dangerous and venomous聽reptiles, that feast of other animals and less likely on human too, you mostly find them in forests and jungles all around the world. I guess that's a perception that we'll always have about snakes, that they kill without any remorse just to feed on their hunger. In the African culture snakes are a symbol of evil spirits and if a snake comes in someone's yard then that family needs to go get cleansed because the ancestors of that family are trying to send a message, whether its a good or a bad message that is never known but the only person who can try聽interpret it would be the 'sangoma' a traditional healer. Some of us see snakes as ordinary animals and that's the message we are trying to spread to others not minding how the media has portrayed these reptiles, non-vernomous snakes聽can be your favourite pets.
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south-cross6 years ago
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I'd be like "Fuck!" if that was in my house.
Yet so beautiful and...legless.
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