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Posted by RAZY on September 18, 1999 at 01:25:01:
In Reply to: Re: middle east snakes lovers posted by Natasha on September 17, 1999 at 09:38:05:
: Hello Razy!
: No, I am not a spy :)But yes, I am Russian, I only reside in UAE. At the moment I do nothing for living, my husband does.
: I absolutely love reptiles! It's a pity that only few people in the Middle East are interested in them. There is so mush unexplored!!
: At the moment out of reptiles I keep only a corn snake and local Sand boa, I had a bad luck with my diadem. However, I am planning on widely expanding my collection withing a couple of months.
: How about you? Who do you keep and What do you do for living?
: All the best,
I don't know what happens in the arab states around Israel, but in Israel there are many people that are interested in snakes. these peaple have a reptile organization that get together once a year & also used to have a magazine.
I am a school teacher that have 21 years of expirience with reptiles.
I dont keep reptiles from Israel since they are all protected by the law. I used to have some of them but they were taken by the Israely nature reserve organization & i was chrged for keeping some of them without permission.
I keep Boas, corn snakes, king snakes, milk snakes, pythons, yellow rat snakes & garters.
I am one of the biggest reptile breeder in Israel & i axchange my born snakes to new snakes from other countries.
do you keep the Eryx jaculus (sabd boa)?
Is your diadem call Spalerosophis diadema clifordi?
where did you buy this corn snake?
I think that you can find many snakes in the UAE
during the early spring. Be carefull of the venomus snakes. you have many of them.
Have a nice day