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 Some of our Large Bitis Species

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Deon Nell
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PostSubject: Some of our Large Bitis Species   Wed 17 Nov - 2:37




One of my females ready to pop....









My large male around 1.3m




My big Girl.....


A question: have many keepers bred East African Gaboons in captivity 'Bitis Gabonica" mostly in South Africa from what i've heard are wild caught imports that have dropped...has anyone had success breeding these?
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jean-henri pastore
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PostSubject: Re: Some of our Large Bitis Species   Thu 18 Nov - 2:09

Your Rhino is absolutly Shocked Shocked Shocked ..............Stuning !!! Laughing
I have a pair of "gabo gabo" but too much young to breed........... Wink
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Peter van Issem
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PostSubject: Re: Some of our Large Bitis Species   Thu 18 Nov - 2:57

Hi Deon,
yes, here in Germany I know two breeders of B. gabonica. But there origin are not from South Africa, the are from Uganda.
But commonly breeded are the other species B. rhinoceros.
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PostSubject: Re: Some of our Large Bitis Species   Thu 18 Nov - 8:47

They are incredible. Are they wild caught or c.b.? That male gabby is awesome! Several people in the U.S. have been sucessful. They are in abundance in my country and have been for awhile now.
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Pascal Kamp
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PostSubject: Re: Some of our Large Bitis Species   Thu 18 Nov - 16:10

Great animals Deon ! Especially the Gaboons... Cool
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Rob Deans
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PostSubject: Re: Some of our Large Bitis Species   Thu 18 Nov - 16:35

Deon there were some true CB gabonica babies bred out here in KZN last year.
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