Name your hots.

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Name your hots.

Postby superboer » Tue Mar 17, 2015 8:11 pm

Hi all, today I was going through some VERY old posts, and one caught my eye, I would like to see what everyone keeps and name your previous hots aswell,

My Current hots:
2x Saharan Horned Vipers.
3x Western diamondback rattlers.
1x Grey Rinkhals.
1x Southern copperhead.
2x Whitelipped tree vipers.
1x Puffy.

My previous hot collection:
4x Puffys different localitys, NC, Botswana, Limpopo, Somalia.
12x Whitelipped tree vipers.
1x Popes tree viper.
1x Mangrove viper.
1x Indo eyelash viper.
1x Usambara bush viper.
4x Night adders.
3x Northen copperheads.
1x Egyptian sawscaled viper.
1x Monocled cobra.
1x Golden cape cobra.
1x Mfezi.
1x Rinkhals.
2x Angolan corals.

Thanx for having a look all, hope to see your replies,
Blessed evening to you all.
Regards.
Superboer.
Boas:
1.1 Redtail boas.

Pythons:
1.1 Burmese pythons (Normal/Albino)
0.1 Jungle carpet python.

Exotic colubrids:
1.1 Axanthic Sinoalan Milk snakes.
1.0 Californian king snake.

Indigenous colubrids:
1.0 Brickred House snake.
0.2 Normal brown house snakes.
1.0 Namibian Bugeyed house snake.

Venomous:
0.1 Southern Copperhead viper.
1.1 Saharan Horned vipers.

Tarantulas:
0.0.1 Venezuelan Suntiger.
0.0.1 Indian ornamental.
0.0.1 Togo Starburst.
0.0.1 Scarlet birdeater.
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Re: Name your hots.

Postby Remuel1985 » Wed Sep 02, 2015 8:29 pm

Currently I Have:
Eastern Green Mamba
Black Mamba
Red Headed Krait
Australian Speckled Brown snake ( Pseudonaja guttata)
Inland Taipan
Egyptian Cobra
Rhinoceros viper
Variable Bush Viper
Neotropical Rattlesnake
Papuan Black snake
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Re: Name your hots.

Postby SSSSnakes » Thu Oct 15, 2015 8:40 pm

Current collection

3 monocled cobras
2 black & white spitting cobras
1 egyptian cobra
1 suphan cobra
5 timber rattlesnakes
1 prairie rattlesnake
1 mangrove snake
1 mangrove pit viper
1 jumping viper
2 cotton mouths
3 copperheads
1 western diamondback rattlesnake
2 albino western diamondback rattlesnakes
1 canebrake rattlesnake

Previous collection, what I can remember from the past 35 years

Most all species of rattlesnakes
desert horned viper
white lip viper
big eye viper
bush vipers
gaboon vipers
rhino vipers
puff adders
eye lash vipers
sharp nose viper
false water cobra

Since my memory is going, I know I have forgotten a lot of them.
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Re: Name your hots.

Postby SSSSnakes » Thu Oct 22, 2015 4:47 am

As of last Saturday I have acquired a Gaboon Viper and a Forest Cobra.
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Re: Name your hots.

Postby Bernice » Sun Nov 01, 2015 3:27 pm

NONE! I love snakes but I ain't crazy! ;P

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Re: Name your hots.

Postby Obelix_Green_Ig » Mon Dec 28, 2015 6:41 pm

Iguana Iguana. Have been my love for the last 7 years. Don't have any others. :-)
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