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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasiliki View Post
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    I heard Gilas are pretty sedentary and don't make very active pets.
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    I thought there was a false water cobra or something like that, that was legal here to....it was argued how venomous they were.
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    false water cobras are legal. They are not dangerously venomous.
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    Thought so. I should google those one day just see what they look like. I would snap up a tricolor hognose in a second if I ever came across one. I just love hognose snakes. I would have a problem of wanting to carry it everywhere though, so I would need to get a few so I don't stress one out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smallet View Post
    Thought so. I should google those one day just see what they look like. I would snap up a tricolor hognose in a second if I ever came across one. I just love hognose snakes. I would have a problem of wanting to carry it everywhere though, so I would need to get a few so I don't stress one out.

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    I believe it was Chris who brought one to the last ERAS show. It was a western hognose that he has a special permit to keep. And I always thought that hognose snakes were pretty cool, but after I met his I was twitterpated...lol. they are absolutely adorable. And being the tricolor is legal and has cool colorings I wouldn't be able to resist for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacAdder View Post
    Oh wow, this snake is absolutely beautiful. Is this a juvenile? It looks young to me... what kind of cobra is this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeckoNerdling View Post
    ... Is this a juvenile? ...
    Yes that it is. All Jnr Cape Cobra have that black banned
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeysgreen View Post
    false water cobras are legal. They are not dangerously venomous.
    Actually from what ive read there are a few pretty bad cases from the Brazilian Smooth snake commonly named "false water cobra".

    and other than the fact they get very long and are pretty aggresive by nature, they can inflict quite substantial damage at the bite site
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