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Posted by Seth Blundell on December 16, 2001 at 00:09:09:
In Reply to: HELLO!!!!!!!! I am wondering something. posted by Justin @ Red River Reptiles on December 14, 2001 at 14:26:16:
The best information that I have suggests that cobra breeding and incubation closely parallels that of must colubrids. They are cooled as you would a corn or kingsnake, just not quite a cold. Everyone has their own opinion on incubators. The ones manufactured by Neodesha (Bush Herp) are very nice and seem to be accurate. The most important aspect would be an egg container that was escape proof as baby cobras are very small. I am not sure of temp/humidity, but I would assume the temp/humidity of most colubrids would work fine. Cobras are essentially just colubrids with venom, and most common colubrid breeding techniques should work on cobras. I hope to find out for my self one day :-)