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Discussion in 'General Venomous' started by Jarno, Mar 20, 2010.

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  1. Jarno

    Jarno Well-Known Member

    Hi everyone,

    Here are some photo's of my animals.

    0.1 V. ammodytes meridionalis (Olympus mountains, Greece)

    0.1 T. albolabris

    0.1 C. stephensi

    0.1 Bitis rhinoceros

    well, thats all foks!

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  2. murrindindi

    murrindindi Elite Member

    Beautiful snakes! (Now I know which animals you have). :eek:
  3. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    The ammodytes meridionalis are just stunning! I have never seen those!
  4. murrindindi

    murrindindi Elite Member

    Are they adders?
  5. Jarno

    Jarno Well-Known Member

    Yes they are European vipers.
    thanks :)

  6. hennisntacanibal

    hennisntacanibal Elite Member

    Gorgeous animals! How do you handle them?
  7. Jarno

    Jarno Well-Known Member


    with snakehooks ;)

  8. agama3000

    agama3000 Elite Member

    of corse....i like the albolabris
    Have you ever been bitten
  9. David McConley

    David McConley Elite Member

    They are all beautiful, but my favorite is the rhino viper! She is stunning! ;)
  10. teach920

    teach920 Subscribed User Premium Member

    Beautiful snakes.....thanks for sharing pics of them:)
  11. hennisntacanibal

    hennisntacanibal Elite Member

    How could anyone have a favorite?! :)
  12. Jarno

    Jarno Well-Known Member

    haha i don't know it either
    i Love them all!
    if i have to choose 1 to keep for ever i cant choose one..
    my Ammodytes are cute loving animals. very active and great coloured..
    My Bitis rhinoceros are very nice looking and its a statement snake! biggest fang's in the world!
    My Crotalus stephensi's are just Super! very active and very "cool" coloured..
    and ofcourse my Trimeresurus albolabris are SUPER, licht green and Very Very hungry!! alway's fun to feed them!!

    No i cant choose.. (i realy hope i won't have to!)

  13. murrindindi

    murrindindi Elite Member

    Hi Jarno, are the licensing laws very strict in the Netherlands with regard to keeping venomous snakes, and what would you have to pay for these species, if you don`t mind me asking?
  14. Jarno

    Jarno Well-Known Member

    its sadly enough there's no law in keeping dangerous animals here..
    As long as you can keep them "save" inside youre home its good.
    the prices of venomous animals are also very low couse the most normal people won't buy them.
    my vipera's where around €40,- for all 3,
    And my albolabris where a trade for one male albolabris adult who i bought for €30,-
    My Bitis and Crotalus where the most expensive but in a month i buy 1.3 Crotalus horridus (horridus) and then i think those are the most expensive :p

  15. murrindindi

    murrindindi Elite Member

    That`s very surprising! No licensing laws, so anyone can buy/own these animals, I take it you have to be over a certain age, (16 or 18 years old) before you can buy/keep them?
    The Adders are a protected species here in the U.K, and a license is needed to keep the venomous species.
  16. Jarno

    Jarno Well-Known Member

    you can be every age as long "somone helps" with thaking care of it..
    i prefer a license.. but when they change something here its gonna be an legal or illegal list of species from the hobby. richt and wrong.. and i'm afraid i will have to stop buying almost every species i'm thinking of keeping and stop breeding with all my animals.. no way i sell my animals :p

  17. murrindindi

    murrindindi Elite Member

    Yes, if you keep breeeding AND keeping them all, you will soon have a zoo of your own! But it must be very rewarding to successfully breed them.
  18. Orca

    Orca Elite Member

    Beautiful! I love the B. rhinoceros! Have you had the snakes long?
  19. Dragoness

    Dragoness Elite Member

    Loving the pictures! Green is my favorite color, so the Albolabris is my favorite in that department, though all the snakes look stunning and healthy.
  20. Jarno

    Jarno Well-Known Member

    I keep venom now for over 3 years.
    I have the Bitis rhinoceros now from september last year,
    the rattlers from June..
    the white lipped tree vipers for over 2 years now and
    the horned vipers from August..
    i've started with an V. ammodytes meridionalis location Naxos, Greece
    Unfortunately that one didnt make it, never eated :(

    A little zoo :))
    would be very nice i think one day it will happen..
    (my list of "must have animals" is growing as i type!)

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