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RE: Rhamphiophis oxyrhynchus

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Posted by: a153fish at Mon Jul 2 16:56:43 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by a153fish ]  
   

>>Also known as a Rufous Beaked Snake. I've been looking for them for a while now since I first saw them a few years ago and I haven't turned up to much on them. Would anyone know where could I find some of these? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

They pop up ocassionally on classifieds here, and on Fauna.
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Disclaimer: I do keep several snakes in pairs, and some in groups. However I realize that things can go wrong, and I have to keep a close eye on those groups, to be sure they are not being adversely affected by these living conditions. Also if one happens to eat it's cagemate, it is 100% my fault, and I know the risks in advance!

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