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RE: A Garter snake as a "display snake"?

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Posted by: nfafan at Wed Jul 31 14:15:01 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by nfafan ]  
   

Have a Garter on my short-list of next snake, along with a Rosy Boa, Sand Boa, or Hognose. I realize those 3 are more docile than as "showy" as the Garter, but with having young handlers - docile is important.

Have a False Water Cobra that - with me - is as docile as a corn, but I shiver at the thought of handing it to a 9yr old to hold...


   

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