Cape cobra bite - a long unbroken record broken.

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Re: Cape cobra bite - a long unbroken record broken.

Postby jka » Sat Apr 30, 2011 7:32 pm

Because of the petrol price increase doing callouts and roadcruising on ostrich back has become popular.

You only need a bag and hook stick you just hook the snake into the bag no need to even stop the ostrich goes at a steady pace.

Down here its the cheapest form of transportation as well
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Re: Cape cobra bite - a long unbroken record broken.

Postby Ales » Sat Apr 30, 2011 8:12 pm

jka wrote:Because of the petrol price increase doing callouts and roadcruising on ostrich back has become popular.

You only need a bag and hook stick you just hook the snake into the bag no need to even stop the ostrich goes at a steady pace.

Down here its the cheapest form of transportation as well


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Re: Cape cobra bite - a long unbroken record broken.

Postby yoson10 » Fri May 27, 2011 9:20 am

Hope you are all right!...Cape Cobras don't play around..would love to herp and see them one day
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