Venomous Snake Safety Guide for Reptile
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Snakes: A Safety Guide for Reptile Keepers," by William
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everything from habits, sizes, venom yields, symptoms of
envenomation, LD50, etc. The price is $6.00 plus $2 shipping
for the first copy and an additional $1 shipping for
each subsequent copy. If anyone is interested in
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club for the proper address and contact.
- View SourceI think moving it to a warmer room will do it
some good. I feed mine a little daily, can't really
help it since they have fishie buddies. If you are
going to do worms, you might want to cut down to half a
cube every other day. One cube can be a lot for little
tummies. <br> They most certainly know who feeds them.
Heck I even have a puffer fish that stares at me from
his tank, by my couch, if I haven't fed him. <br> I
think you are on the right track and you should do
fine. Let me know if anything weird starts happening.