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Posted by: bc422 at Wed Jun 28 12:36:36 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by bc422 ]  
   

i posted this in the venomous fourm and was advised to post it here you can read the thread in the venomous fourm if you want


i was fortunate enough to see a monocled cobra in person for the first time the other day and it seemed to be the most personable goofiest snake Ive ever seen i fell in love with it i am considering getting a venomoid because i am not willing to keep it in a cage its whole life nor risk my life handling it i realize that each snake is an individual but was wondering if any one had any first hand experience with this snake and what do you think about free handling a venomoid especially a monocled i have had non venomous and never been bitten or even struck at while handling them are hots (monocleds) more likely to strike


   

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