I was curious, would a black milk have an immunity to bothrops venom? They both are found in Costa Rica, so it's possible that they might cross paths. From what I've read, getula and triangulum both have an immunity to local pit viper venom. I've even read that some tropical (central/south american) lampropeltis have an immunity to coral snake venom. I was just curious since the feeding habits of wild black milks are not well known.