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black milk wild habits

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Posted by ballyhoo1887 on April 15, 2003 at 19:58:20:

Hello. I've been dying for some info on what black milks do in the wild. I have searched and searched, but all I read is how great of pets snakes they make (oh so true). I saw posts about field herping in Costa Rica, and I was wondering if the people who traveled there had any experience with black milks in the wild. What do they eat? I know that bothrops are in the same location, along with other snakes and lizards. My main curiosity is whether or not they consume snakes in the wild, namely venemous pit-vipers. I am wondering if they are resistant to the venoms of native snakes. Thanks for your help,


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