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Markus Gottlieb
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PostSubject: Young Naja siamensis female   Thu 18 Feb - 4:46

Sadly she is in shed like everyone can clearly see, but a cutie Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Young Naja siamensis female   Sat 21 Jan - 20:46

very nice siamensis Markus.

i've got a couple of them and i hope to breed them this season.

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PostSubject: Re: Young Naja siamensis female   Sun 22 Jan - 5:26

This is one really nice looking female.
She would be a nice girlfriend for my male Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Young Naja siamensis female   Sun 22 Jan - 20:14

Is N.siamensis a good beginnercobra for anyone who wants to start with cobras?
I really like them and the one on the picture looking nice although its in shed.
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PostSubject: Re: Young Naja siamensis female   Sun 22 Jan - 20:50

Hans Bergman wrote:
Is N.siamensis a good beginnercobra for anyone who wants to start with cobras?
I really like them and the one on the picture looking nice although its in shed.

If you ask me Wink
no it's not a beginner cobra.
first point: it's a spitter so you need to be extra alert with handling them.

if you don't have any experience with the naja genus please do yourself a favor and don't start with N. siamensis.
there are lots of non spitting najas at the hamm show in march Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Young Naja siamensis female   Sun 22 Jan - 23:58

I know that Smile
just wonder what you other guys think
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PostSubject: Re: Young Naja siamensis female   Mon 23 Jan - 2:14

Hans Bergman wrote:
I know that Smile
just wonder what you other guys think

okay with that Hans.

i know what you mean.
everyone has a different way of thinking with this hobby.
i think if you have lots of experience with venomous snakes then there is no problem what kind a snake it is.

but there is one important thing in this hobby: only take care of the venomous species where you have a good feeling with.
you have to feel relax with them.
take me for example.
i,ve got 15 years experience with snakes and the last 6 a 7 years with venomous snakes.
i feel good with asian cobra species because they are relax to work with.
and many times they are bluffing with their behavior.
i get nervous with african species because they really wanna kill you and most of the time they are very nervous so i can't concentrate myself with handling.
taipans and mambas are the same to me.
maybe i don't have the patience for those species.

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PostSubject: Re: Young Naja siamensis female   Mon 23 Jan - 17:44

Hello Hans
i think this topic could be interesting for you. http://www.venomland.net/t4831-in-your-opinion-wich-naja-is-the-best-to-keep

regards Ambros
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PostSubject: Re: Young Naja siamensis female   Tue 24 Jan - 5:37

Nice miss Blue eyes you've got there! Smile

Twan van Berge wrote:
Hans Bergman wrote:
I know that Smile
just wonder what you other guys think

but there is one important thing in this hobby: only take care of the venomous species where you have a good feeling with.
you have to feel relax with them.
take me for example.
i,ve got 15 years experience with snakes and the last 6 a 7 years with venomous snakes.
i feel good with asian cobra species because they are relax to work with.
and many times they are bluffing with their behavior.
i get nervous with african species because they really wanna kill you and most of the time they are very nervous so i can't concentrate myself with handling.
taipans and mambas are the same to me.
maybe i don't have the patience for those species.
Funny that you say that, for me it's the other way around. Not that I don't feel relaxed when working with Asian cobra's, but I like the African cobra's so much more than the Asiatic ones. That's my reason why I don't work (a lot) with Asian cobra's. I don't see any difference (in general) between Asian and African cobra's (I had different species from both continents). I had (worked with) both and some of them where not easy to handle. Not a problem. In general, I like the more unpredictable cobra's (more defensive, feeding response, etc.) more than the really easy ones. They keep you sharp.
I never worked with taipans, but I handled a Eastern green mamba. This is a species that can climb and is so much faster and... it made me nervous as hell. I know I would never buy such an animal in my life. This is a step to high for me and I don't want to take any risks.

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