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Cape Cobra (Naja Nivea)

Discussion in 'General Venomous' started by Snakes Inc., Dec 22, 2011.

  1. Snakes Inc.

    Snakes Inc. Member

    This week’s catch


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  2. LovelyMomma

    LovelyMomma Elite Member


    My husband wants a venomoid cobra so bad.

    not going to happen lol.

    Nice catch though?
  3. annaj328

    annaj328 Elite Member

    just out of curiosity, what did you catch them for?
  4. justor

    justor Elite Member

    Sweet! :cool:
  5. Kernel

    Kernel Elite Member

    I didn't you realize you are on here MacAdder.
  6. Snakes Inc.

    Snakes Inc. Member

    I am a professional snake catch and rescuer. I remove and relocate snakes that find themselves in confrontation with humans.
    As the Cape Cobra is the most venomous cobra on the African continent people in general take offence to their presents on and in urban properties.

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  8. LovelyMomma

    LovelyMomma Elite Member

    I shall introduce him to this thread later :D
  9. Snakes Inc.

    Snakes Inc. Member

    LovelyMomma no disrespect meant regards my venomoid comment but I have a very strange opinion against this barbaric and cowardly practice.
    Whenever I see the word my blood boils and my vision blurs. ;|(|
  10. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Which I share!
    If you can't deal with a hot intact, you shouldn't be dealing with it at all.
    Wanting a venomoid is usually related to someone that wants to play big shot by telling all their friends they have a venomous snake!
    And add the fact that improperly done, the venom glands can regenerate.
    Nothing like "SURPRISE! I'm BACK!"
  11. LovelyMomma

    LovelyMomma Elite Member

    You nailed it, my friend. Even made me laugh... SURPRISE! Haha.
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  13. Jflores

    Jflores Elite Member

    Absolutley amazing!!! is all I can say.
  14. JoeyG

    JoeyG Subscribed User Premium Member

    Beautiful animal! Best left to the professional though. Just my humble opinion though....
  15. mld

    mld Subscribed User Premium Member

    That job must keep you on your toes! The locals must love you in Cape Town, glad that you able to relocate the snakes to a safer place for them and the people.
    Thanks for sharing your photos, keep them coming!
  16. Komododragon12

    Komododragon12 Elite Member

    Sweet Catch! I thought the Black Mamba was the most poisonous African snake. What others have you dealt with? And where do they go after you have caught them?
  17. mld

    mld Subscribed User Premium Member

    Black Mamba isn't a Cobra
  18. Komododragon12

    Komododragon12 Elite Member

    Oops! I missed that part! I thought he said snake. :) My mistake.
  19. hennisntacanibal

    hennisntacanibal Elite Member

    Just a note:
    Komodo, neither the cobra nor the black mamba is poisonous. The word "poisonous" refers to the ingestion of something that is harmful. Poison dart frogs, for instance.
    "Venomous," which is what these snakes are, refers to the ability to inject (or sometimes spit) venom into a victim.
  20. Dragoness

    Dragoness Elite Member

    Venomoids irritate me too. Both of my brothers have expressed interest in getting a "de-fanged cobra" when neither has ever owned so much as a corn snake! They make me crazy with their hare-brained ideas and get-rich-quick schemes. It seems to be a thing of impulsive people. I once saw a bumper sticker that said "Venomoids suck" I could not agree more.

    wow, some brave soul confronting a venomous snake in flip flops?

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