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PostSubject: 1.1 cerastes cerastes   Thu 18 Oct - 3:04

hallo everybody this is my new 1.1 cerastes in photos is just the male the female is in tha sand find it in photo 3.. is wc wish me good luck i will need it because male looks skiny and dehidrated , i do my best to hydrate the animals and after i will try to feed them
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 cerastes cerastes   Thu 18 Oct - 3:33

Great viper! I have 1 dried from Tunisia Very Happy ! Love this animal .... rendeer
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 cerastes cerastes   Thu 18 Oct - 6:27

Hi ;

They are beautiful your Cerastes;
I'm sure you will come back to good health.
Congratulations !

Best...
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 cerastes cerastes   Thu 18 Oct - 17:08

Hello Giannis, if the animals don't want to drink you can give them subcutane injections with physiologial salt fluet, in small amounts. If an snake is dehedryeted it is not able to eat and drink annymore. Your male seems not in a good shape. They need a (very) hot spot too and intense daylight.
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 cerastes cerastes   Thu 18 Oct - 17:26

Hi, if the male feed, it will be a good idee to
inject the water in the mices! Such desert snakes sometimes do not drink from water bowls, a hide box or better a wet-box can also help. Because, in nature they hide sometimes in burrows from mices of lizards, and in this the humidity is much higher than elswer. When I gave my Cerastes a Box with wet Moos or something like that, they use them very often! Give it a try! But don't makes the full Terrarium wet, this can kill them very fast!
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 cerastes cerastes   Fri 19 Oct - 2:24

thank you for the wishes , and the advises..today i give hem water with a small flexible tube and siringe insite the throw , he is 100 gr he drinks 3 ml with almora electrolites.. i put and on hes back profender for cats for inter parasites, but im not sure if with cerastes works this,because hard skin like armor. and i build a cage with wet moss insite.. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 cerastes cerastes   Fri 19 Oct - 2:49

Hi Giannis,
don´t make to much all over. First step is done now. Desert snakes and a lot of other desert animals regulate theire amount of water over the food! Stress is not the best for him!
Is it a WC or an CB snake?
Because, he looks not fat like an Cerastes you can find in some captive care, when you see Cerastes from the wild, the are often slender, not big as the Cb ones. So, that he looks a little bit ,,skiny´´ will not be a 100% sign of dehydration.
Build not a ,,cage with with moss´´ take only a signle Box with moss inside it, and put this inside the cage, because this will not elevate the cage humidity to much! Only a plastic box (when possilbe not claer) with a smal hole (big enought that the snakes can go in and out).

I use such a box sometimes when snakes going to lay there eggs. But not only the gravied females lay inside, the others like them too. So, this will be a sign, that the need such from time to time!
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 cerastes cerastes   Fri 19 Oct - 3:03

is wc, yes thats all i will leave it to relax! ok i will put plastick box not cave , he is egypt wc and very very calm both of them strange very strange they didnt react like wc cerastes agresive and alert ready to run , both of them are very cool .
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 cerastes cerastes   Fri 19 Oct - 3:14


these are tonight photos after drinking:)
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