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Calm the heck down...

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Posted by: Doug89 at Fri Mar 25 23:56:40 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Doug89 ]  
   

First off, i was dead serious. I have no knowledge of the subject and was just asking a question. Im not trying to stir up any arguments i just wanted to know about it. You really need to calm down. First in defense of the whole poison removal thing (now remember i dont know the side-affects that you mentioned yet failed to describe). Suppose the snake gets loose somehow. You forget to lock the cage, someone else gets the cage open, whatever that's not the point. The snake finds you son or daughter who dont know anything about the snake (they are too young to understand) they piss the animal off and get bit. The poison kills them. If the snake had it's poison ducts removed the worst that would happen would be an infection. Or your going to pick the snake up and it suddenly strikes at you and envemonates you. That's not good. If a specialist is to remove the poison glands what side-affects happen? Now euncentes... Calm down, take a deep breath and dont have another heart attack.
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-Doug Daly

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