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RE: Dragon Snake???

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Posted by: ggolemg at Mon Jun 23 07:58:45 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ggolemg ]  
   

Xenodermus javanicus if anyone is wondering.

They are very very shy snakes, completely nocturnal, and you have to feed them frogs, from Thailand, Burma, and Indonesia.

I've never seen one for sale on any of the sites, or ever even heard of them for sale, but where there's a will and a very fat wallet, there's a way.

They are colubrids, non-venomous, and apparently don't tend to bite.

And, strictly in my opinion, while the scales look neat, the face is derpy and the care/price of food/near impossible to get, makes this snake almost a non-starter.


   

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