Dear ones, i read the smart discussions on scorpion today and i am also having some issues because i want to sell my scorpions having weight of 1 piece 360gm, 2 pieces of 400 gm, and 1 piece of 800 gm, if any buyer is there or can tell me about someone who can buy these ones according to the rules then must contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org 00923224241080 waiting to hear from you soon Salman
i want to have one but i can't seem to find one here in manila, philippines. if you know a seller or one that is up for adoption, please let me know. thanx. raffy
Hai every one, iam from indian state andhrapradesh, i have hugh quantities of scorpions and rang is form 10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90 and upto 100 grams each. . . . I have thousands of scorpions in my pet room. . . I want to sell it in a hugh quantities to genuine buyers only. . Only genuine and serious buyers can contact me and my rate is too low and too reasonable ( ex: 1 average scorpion is only for 2000 rupees ) ,, becus iam selling it in a lot. . And i can not ship it to any other country or state in india. . If you want it,you have to come and see the scorpions with your naked eyes and then we will talk about further. . Just contact me to the below email address ( contact me with your name and indian contact details or any indian mediator). . . Thank you. . Email: jonnybells@gmail. Com jonnybells
I have black scorpions 1280 gram 440 grams in PAKISTAN for sale . M.ISHFAQ 92321-4188499 ahsan
I hv small black scorpions wight from 10 to 20 grams, and its total wight is 1kg, 0345 4290904 Mirza
i have 3 kgs of jet black scorpions (7-12 grams mix pieces) in karachi. anyone interested please contact 0332-8049837 Kamran Ahmed
Dr. Jungle..."The Red-tailed Green Climbing Rat Snake shown here is an adult female about six feet long!"
. The Red-tailed Green Climbing Rat Snake is not venomous, but may always be a bit temperamental. There are are some keepers that say they will tame down with regular handling, however there are others who say they are unpredictable. Many will repeat a pattern of being docile, even tempered, and tolerant of handling for several months and then bite their keeper for no apparent reason. Despite this they are very hardy, easy to maintain and a beautiful snake.
Distribution: The Red-tailed Green Climbing Rat Snakes are found in central, south, and southeast Asia.
Description: The Red-tailed Green Climbing Rat Snake snake will grow to a good size between six and eight feet (2m to 2.5m). They are a thinner bodied snake with a beautiful iridescent green coloration.
Feeding: They are a constrictor and their diet consists of chicks,mice, rats and other rodents. Feed once or twice a week, depending on the size of the food and the size of the snake. As you get to know your snake, you'll learn what its feeding needs are. Fresh water in a shallow dish should always be available.
Environment: It is recommended that the Red-tailed Green Climbing Rat Snake be kept singly, except when breeding. As the name implies, the red-tailed green climbing rat snake is an excellent climber. They like an arboreal type setting so set up their terrarium as a woodland type with a vertical or semi-vertical tree limb and plant vining. See Basic Reptile and Amphibian Care for more information on the terrarium type. Also provide a hiding place and a small water dish.
Temperature and Lighting requirements: They do well in 70° to 80° F with moderate humidity. Lighting requirements are minimal, they do not need full spectrum lighting though it is good for long term maintenance as it helps them feel good. You can use a substrate heating device for basic heating. For additional heat, you can add a full spectrum incandescent daytime bulb and a blacklight bulb or red incandescent bulb for nighttime heating. Be sure you use a thermometer so you don't let the terrarium become overheated! For more detailed information see the Basic Reptile and Amphibian Care: Housing.
Breeding/Reproduction: These snakes, if not babies, need to be probe sexed for positive sex identification.
Availability: The Red-tailed Green Climbing Rat Snake are not real common, so are not always readily available as pets.
Author: Clarice Brough, CRS
Lastest Animal Stories on Red-tailed Green Rat Snake
donna - 2008-07-13 I have one that came into the pet store I work at. No one would handle him except me and it even bit a co-worker but once it settled down to the new place, it got very easy to handle although it had everyone leery of it. I finally brought it home and it's the sweetest snake I have ever had. My only problem is getting it to eat mice. It would rather have a bird but I'm finding it's very hard to find feeder birds for a snake. Any suggestions, I love this snake. Now if I could find out what sex it is and find birds for feeding...
camille - 2010-06-12 This is an old comment, but you could always buy a few feeder chicks to 'scent' your feeder mice with. The mouse will have the smell of bird on it, which may make it more appealing to the snake. People do this with Hognose snakes all the time, which eat toads and lizards as opposed to mice.
SSSimon - 2010-07-09 Heat-up some raw chicken breast in warm water. Place it near the snake. If that doesn't work then dangle the chicken from a fishing rod and line (minus the hook of course) in front of it's face. Jiggle it if it won't bite. Just make sure the chicken breast is loosely fastened or thread through for easy line removal. This may take some practice. Good luck.
kosal - 2010-11-13 First I would try uncle henrys a lot of free-er cheap unwanted animals to birds. I have 2 8-10 ft red tail boas and 2 ball pythons. They get really expensive to feed. So I had to find other ways. So I hope that can help a little bit.
john - 2012-08-15 hey, I'm releasing my wild caught ribbon snakes that I caught and cared for for 3 months and plan on getting a red tailed green rat snake or 2(preferably a male and a female) and I would like to breed them. I would like as much info as possible. Is lll reptiles a reliable dealer for this snake, I checked the website and they have it, but I have never ordered ANYTHING over the web, so please tell me asap.