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Posted by Razy Hoffman on August 21, 1999 at 02:53:42:
In Reply to: Pseudocerastes info posted by Gaylon Holmes on November 14, 1998 at 19:00:53:
My name is Razy & i live in Israel.
I keeped 2 Pseudocerastes persicus fieldi 8 yers ago & helped to Keep them in the Tel Aviv university. I dont keep them no more because I dont have permissions & they are under protection in Israel. These are fat nice snakes that usualu crowl sidewindingly. they usually eat rodent & small birds but prefer ground geckos.
sometimes it hard to make a wild snake to eat mice! you should keep them in a terarum with rocky enviroment & place to hide. temp must be 86F in the summer & 60F in the winter.
they produce 11-20 eggs in Aug.
If you want more info, write to my E mail
: I am interested in hearing from anyone who has experience with the genus Pseudocerastes. Additionally, I am intersested in purchasing any specimens of Pseudocerastes persicus fieldi that may be available. Gender and age are unimportant. Locality data preferred. Legal animals only.
: Gaylon Holmes