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Posted by ABSTRACT on March 22, 2003 at 22:48:50:
In Reply to: Heh, maybe a little less..... posted by Chance on March 22, 2003 at 19:51:58:
::sure man i'll trade,you know i havent had a boomer but there just like thrasops i also believe that there venom is as toxic maybe a little less not sure thought.
::there habitat is diffrent thats all.
:Booms share the same habitat as Jackson's, hence the reason they are so commonly exported as booms. However, booms far outweigh the Jackon's toxicity-wise. Anyway, just be sure you'd be ready for them before you got them. If you get c.b. Jackson's, I may just want to buy them off of you anyway.
from what i know jackson's come from tropical africa elevevation 9000 feet + so there's more humidity where there from,boomslang's come from dry savannah's.
you make a good point thought because they are exported as the same,why is that? if they come from diffrent habitat?
as far as toxicity i wouldn't be to sure that boomslang's are more toxic probally but untill tested i wouldn't be sure.