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Re: false water cobra


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Posted by rkreptiles on November 28, 2002 at 11:30:20:

In Reply to: false water cobra posted by solfugid on November 28, 2002 at 01:31:53:

Personally I think the minimum age should be 18 year old to handle, care for, or own any venomous species (Whether it is a rear fanged mildly venomous, or an Elapid etc.) Also rear fanged does not automatically mean it is a mildly venomous snake. I have some of my Mangroves (Boiga Dendrophila) that will eat mice, but I have 2 that will only eat Lizards. It is all dependnt on the animal. Each animal will be individual.

:what should the age limit and experience level be to owning a false water cobra? and also, can any one name a good beginers species of rear fanged snake that can eat rodents? ( since lizards and frog are hard to find or buy has feeders where i live )
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