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RE: ETBs and GTPs comparison ^^

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Posted by: chance0540 at Wed Feb 10 16:56:26 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by chance0540 ]  
   

Hello,
A few quick answers....I don't do chondros, but I do have Basins,Northerns,as well as Designers. Emeralds are def. more temperamental than chondros. Easy to tell the diff. in Basins/Northerns (a nice Basin is fully striped from head to tail, Northerns have bolts going across body,as well as Basins are larger). More care needs to be taken as far as temp. and humidity, that affects feeding. As far as bite...a full grown emerald has largest "fangs" of any nonvenomous snake, but don't let it be a concern. I've been bitten by worse. Daytime I have no problem taking them out to clean cages etc. 10 min. after the lights go out, I tend not to disturb then unless feeding. Not a "starter" snake but my favorite, beautiful animals. If you're willing to put in the time, I wouldn't steer you away.


   

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