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Discussion in 'Vertebrate Pet Talk' started by LC72uk, Nov 23, 2018.

  1. LC72uk

    LC72uk Moderator Staff Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    I collected her on Wednesday she is an Adult Cape Coral Cobra (Aspidelaps Lubricus Lubricus):):) 20181122_202611.jpg 20181122_202630.jpg 20181122_202640.jpg 20181122_202650.jpg 20181122_202659.jpg
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    She's a beauty :). I've always loved the look of Cobras.
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    LC72uk Moderator Staff Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Thank You:)
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    Really cool. I really want a snake (specifically ball python) but my mom doesn't like them because they are big and eat rodents and stuff.
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    LC72uk Moderator Staff Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Thanks.
    Ball Pythons are great but I wouldn`t recommend them as a first snake as they can go on periods of fasting.
    If you were allowed to start keeping snakes , I would start out with either a Corn or Milk snake, Garter`s or Ribbons .