Some of the Naja sp. I keep...

Re: Some of the Naja sp. I keep...

Postby Xenior1976 » Mon Feb 23, 2009 8:11 pm

BOOGY wrote:Wow that D.viridisis amazing.Didn't know they become yellow like that! Cmon post some pics of it PLEASE!

I will. Some are just yellow, I like the yellow ones the most. :-)

Cheers, Ro.
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Postby deleray » Mon Nov 22, 2010 9:25 pm

K_N_U_T wrote:If you get "good" and healthy animals I don´t think that you´ll have more or less problems with them.
They are not more sensivite as other cobras. It´s easy to keep them BUT they are VERY aggressive and very fast.

What is it about Philippine cobras? I keep both philippinensis and samarensis, and both are the quickest and most aggresive cobras in my collection. Marry that with the reputation of being drop for drop the most venomous species in the genus (I am assuming samarensis is closely related and therefore similar), they are not to be taken lightly.

And a feeding response that makes kaouthia look like lap dogs :-)
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Postby bradmiller » Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:32 pm

Dendroaspis viridis = Gorgeous! I want one!
Nice photos!
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Postby Reinhard Booysen » Mon Jan 03, 2011 7:21 pm

You have one nice Naja kaouthia there! Really beautiful.
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