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... and the juveniles (around 10 cm in length)


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Posted by Jan Grathwohl on May 09, 2003 at 14:20:10:

In Reply to: ... and the juveniles (around 10 cm in length) posted by RasmusF on May 08, 2003 at 16:26:53:

Hi Rasmus

Nice to see you in here (Rasmus is the guy who breed these magnificent snakes)

Regards

Jan Grathwohl

:I have never been bitten by mine, but from what I have read their bite shouldnt be more painfull than from any other small snake. Their toxine is very mild and the swelling should be equal to a mosquito bite. They are totally harmless to humans so there is nothing to worry about.

:Has anyone got any experience with E. chinensis? Im looking for info on this species but havent found much. Any help would be appreciated.

:Best regards

:Rasmus Frederiksen

::Hi

::No never witnessed that, and would actually be quite suprised if it was able to bit over a normal finger... they are quite small (the adults on the pictures are between 35 and 40 cm). The adults are feed small fish

::Regards

::Jan Grathwohl

::::Regards

::::Jan Grathwohl

::::nice snakes man!i heard the adults can give a realy nasty bite and there pretty toxic?
:::have you witnessed that?
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