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Re: Hognose bite symptoms

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Posted by Tenaka on April 15, 2003 at 13:46:51:

In Reply to: Hognose bite symptoms posted by electricbluescat on April 14, 2003 at 23:37:17:

I have beem bitten a few times the symptoms for me have been at worst a swollen and stiff finger and that was only after the female chewed for a a bit of time on my finger, most of the time its just like getting a thorn prick, dont let it worry you they are great little things and mostly very well behaved, my female tends to bite defensively so she rarely does it unless picked p when startled.
she isnt usual most bites are stupid feeding accidents and neonates are the most likely candidates just biting out hoping your dinner :)


:I was wandering has anyone been bit buy a hognose if you have what were the symptoms? I am aware of the mild venoum. I have wanted some hognoses for a long time and will be getting them new 2003 babies after june


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