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    Thanks!! Well I'm hoping to find some C. horridus at the AHS field trip Oct 7-9th. It's actually going to be in my neck of the woods, real close to where we found the pygmies. I had one C. horridus over the summer brought to me by some herp buddies. It's doing pretty good now with it's current owner. I can't say EVER want to pick gravel and debris out of another one's mouth. LOL I am sort of getting into the mindset I just want to see them, take pics, and leave them be.

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    Awesome pics!
    I won't keep venomous ones, but they are beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayRayS View Post
    If I stumbled on something venomous I'd be reluctant to handle it, though.
    aww come on, live a little!

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    Live a little, get bit a little, die a little faster LOL
    With my luck and hook skills that is likely to happen.

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    LOL...You know what kind of klutz I am..Somehow it's different in the snake room. Maybe because I make myself be more focused? IDK. Whatever it is, there's no pressure other than "Don't get bit" maybe that's why I like my snakes so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amercnwmn View Post
    LOL...You know what kind of klutz I am..Somehow it's different in the snake room. Maybe because I make myself be more focused? IDK. Whatever it is, there's no pressure other than "Don't get bit" maybe that's why I like my snakes so much.
    lol... well I can say bites are rare around here. Other than that nasty blood python. He's pretty, which is the only reason I don't send his ass off.

    Shame I'm not going down earlier in the year when we could go out and look for those things.

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    Yeah the AHS is having it's Fall Field trip Oct 7-9 near Beaver Lake. Should be good finds, it's been cool in the mornings, but warm in afternoons with quite a bit of rain. Things will be retreating soon, but should still see Copperheads, Timbers & Pygs & some of the fossorial snakes, and it's tarantula mating season

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    FANTASTIC PIC'S!!!!!

    Great looking animals.
    Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will sit in a boat all day drinking.

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