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Alex Zanotti
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PostSubject: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Mon 20 Jun - 3:56

this animal was collected in Atlantic Forest of Pernambuco - Brasil



This is Pablo. Snake keeper Jr.







in the region, this snake is called: "COBRA-CIPÓ" in English "vine snake"





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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Mon 20 Jun - 4:50

Oi, tudo bem?

A nice find!
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Mon 20 Jun - 8:25

Hello Fabian,

Sometimes they go down or fall off the trees...

Obrigado.
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Mon 20 Jun - 14:56

Very nice Alex!!
My favorite snake species by far..
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Tue 21 Jun - 1:18

Hello Jan,

Really are beautiful.
But are bad to maintenance in captivity. Only eater smal lizards and have high metabolism...

abraços Alex.
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Tue 21 Jun - 3:04

Nice snake & good to see a youngster getting involved-Go Pablo!
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Tue 21 Jun - 5:11

Those are grat pictures. A very cute kid and a really nice snake.
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Tue 21 Jun - 5:11

great I mean, not grat!
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Tue 21 Jun - 9:45

Thanks, Nigel and Kelly
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Tue 21 Jun - 16:43

Nice. The third picture is funny!
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Wed 22 Jun - 3:56

Alex Zanotti wrote:
Hello Jan,

Really are beautiful.
But are bad to maintenance in captivity. Only eater smal lizards and have high metabolism...

abraços Alex.


Hello Alex,

I've had a couple of these snakes a while back.
The one did great,the other didn't last a week. Crying or Very sad









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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Wed 22 Jun - 10:52

Hi Jan. Beautiful images

Really aren't good for small captivity. Enjoy walking...

Best wishes
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Wed 22 Jun - 15:48

Enjoy walking?

Is that a delicate way of saying you think my car is a pile of sh*t?

Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Wed 22 Jun - 18:40

Lovely snakes!

Thanks for posting
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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Sun 18 Sep - 11:30

nice snakes, I use to have a pair of Leptophis diplotropis rescued from an illegal salesman and both were relocated in their areas, one day I put one of them in the garden for some shots and a sunbath but I forgot the camera so I went back home to pick up the camera and when I was back in the garden the snake was in my mom`s bird cage with a huge canario inside its mouth and it eat it with out trouble, it was looking very funny with a huge belly and could not get out of cage by itself hehehe, the only problem is that I have to pay for that bird ahha

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PostSubject: Re: Leptophis ahaetulla in the garden   Wed 28 Dec - 18:08

I found one of these last week while on a trip in Belize. Beautiful species. I wish I could have taken him home but I didn't feel right taking him out of the wild... especially because he was in the middle of eating a frog!

I scared the hell out of the local tour guides with it as well... lol!

I'll post pics soon!

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