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    House of Reptiles Guest

    Default New Suphan cobra

    This is our new Suphan cobra. She is awesome! She will stay hooded up like this for a long time. Sorry the pics are blurry its hard to photograph an active cobra. Enjoy!


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    Holy Shiznit...........that is wild!!!...........I think they are so awesome but, alas I will never own one..............too much stress...........I know I would get bit..........lol.
    Do you handle those ?..........and if so using what ?..........hooks..........gloves........armour.... ......lol.
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    They are just fascinating animals but I must agree with jade, I WOULD NEVER HAVE ONE OF THOSE. They are beautiful and all but too much to handle.
    Never the less awesome animal.
    Thank you for sharing.

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    WOW she is hot!!!Are you going to breed her one day?
    Everyone has a plan until they've been hit-Joe Louis-Plato The first and the best victory is to conquer ones self.(JAY)

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    Very cool...were you playing a flute?? LOL!!!

    Nice Cobra!


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    Nice!! hey those pics are good enough, theres a cobra loose I'm suprised it wasn't all pics of your shoes...LOL...
    Ed Lilley
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    No i dont think we are going to breed her. When we handle them we always use a hook. Cobras are pretty easy to work with for the most part. They are fairly predictable in the way they move and strike. Vipers and some other elapids like mambas are a different story. Thanks for all the comments.

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    WOW!! never thought people where keeping such snakes..
    what do you do if you get bitten?
    the only thing that holds me for keeping such a snake when i'm older is the bite-risk and the risk having no serums...those serums just cost a lot of money and in belgium there are no hospitals whit serums to heal you.

    do you have serums in your house in case of a bite?
    or are there hospitals with serums in your area??

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