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Some more red spitter pictures


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Posted by Richard Mastenbroek on October 19, 2002 at 03:29:24:

In Reply to: Some Taipan and Watercobra pictures posted by Richard Mastenbroek on October 18, 2002 at 13:06:00:

Hello
The Red Spitter is native to East Africa, but some specimens from some countries turned out not to be Naja pallida but some other species. I still don’t know the name of this new species but Wolfgang Wüster is doing some work on them.

This female is a huge specimen that I bought on the Snakeday, she is carrying eggs as I can feel them easily in the belly, but she is a little to fat so she is on a diet now.




With Best Regards,

Richard Mastenbroek (MrTaipan)





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