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Venomoid Discussion

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Posted by: JoeEdmark at Mon Feb 19 12:22:42 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by JoeEdmark ]  
   

The following is my sole opinion on keeping venomoid reptiles. This is meant to be a civilised discussion, so please, be able to state you opinion without being hostel.

I am not against the operation itself. I belive that if it is done right, it is not wrong. It only actually hurts the snake a few weeks after the operation, and that is without painkillers. It is still completely able to live a normal life in captivity. Peoples' main arguement is that the operation is done to suit human "ego" to keep a venomous reptile. But then one could say, if you want a "natural" or "real" snake, you never ould have obtained it in the first place.

Cheers,
Joe


   

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