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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by phillyrube, Jun 27, 2017.
It’s a snake that fucked up paradise you know..
Yessir, and it couldn’t possibly have been more evil-looking than that insolent horned mf’er Buzz introduced me to that evening many years ago. This song came to mind as he coiled up and started hissing at us—I’m sure in Snake Talk, he was saying now yer messing with a sonofabitch!
So cool!! I've always wanted a Gaboon but just never pulled the trigger.
I did find this beastie in my back yard the other day.
I’ve had about every sub of Bitis at one time. Gabby’s are very cool. Rhino’s too
They're so inexpensive to purchase now compared to when I was in the industry. How's the licensing for venomous reptiles in FL now?
When I let mine lapse it went from $5/ur to $100/yr.
Not sure about current costs. The 1,000 hour apprenticeship with documentation is still the requirement as far as I’m aware.
I had license for venomous, sale and exhibit exotic species, crocs, and one other that escapes me currently.
I haven't held any animal licenses since the late 90's . I'm sure a lot has changed since.
Yeah, I’m sure it has.
I hit a vulture once; bastid broke my shield.
If she doesn't hit you first.
Don't go in the water.....
What did that? Looks like necrosis?
Portuguese man of war? No doubt, here to take jobs away from Amurican man of war/s.
Necrotizing fasciitis.....flesh eating bacteria.
We had an issue in Virginia a few years back with brain eating amoeba, living in farm ponds where kids are naturally drawn to swim.