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Re: Spectacled vs Monocle Cobra


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Posted by FloridaHerper on November 24, 2002 at 08:13:54:

In Reply to: Re: Spectacled vs Monocle Cobra posted by tropidolaemus on November 24, 2002 at 05:40:34:

Thanks for the information. I'm more fond of Spec's, though I've never worked with them. I've worked with a nasty Banded Egyptian, but never Spec's. I was just wanting some background on them. That's a nice Death Adder!!

FH


:I have worked with many kaouthia and a few polyocellata. The kaouthia I have had are almost always psychoticly aggressive. The polyocellata were all fairly calm and mafde good captives. I like both species but would lean more towards the polyocellata.
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