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Brian Santos

Brian Santos

Skype ID : crackerbettas

Manila, Philippines

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Brian Santos Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Brian Santos Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines8 years ago

Great capture !

Brian Santos Wagler's Pit Viper
Wagler's Pit Viper commented on by Brian Santos Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia8 years ago

Very nice male T. wagleri

Brian Santos Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Brian Santos Rizal, Philippines8 years ago

Nice find

Brian Santos Negros forest dragon
Negros forest dragon commented on by Brian Santos Negros Occidental, Philippines8 years ago

Thanks Shekainah, I'm sure you will get to see some of these in your province.

Brian Santos Philippine Cobra
Philippine Cobra commented on by Brian Santos Rizal, Philippines8 years ago

We have 4 types of Cobras in the Philippines.

Endemic (All are spitters)
1. Naja philippinensis (The on in your photo)
2. Naja samarensis
3. Naja miolepis

Local
1. Ophiophagus hannah - King Cobra

Yes, we have King Cobras in the Philippines and I used to keep them.

Brian Santos Pit viper
Pit viper commented on by Brian Santos Metro Manila, Philippines8 years ago

ZebulonHoover - If you are serious about educating and breeding local species in captivity for conservation then I'm very much willing to help you.

Please contact me at 0927-2627715 or email me at brian_santos@rocketmail.com

Brian Santos Reticulated Python
Reticulated Python commented on by Brian Santos Rizal, Philippines8 years ago

Very beautiful

Brian Santos White headed monitor
White headed monitor commented on by Brian Santos Roxas City, Philippines8 years ago

Hi it's a Varanus nuchalis

Brian Santos Philippine Pit Viper
Philippine Pit Viper commented on by Brian Santos Metro Manila, Philippines8 years ago

DianaJ.Limjoco - I hope it's not yet late but this particular sp. is from Bicol province. They are not so common in the pet trade (at least now) since they are very hard to keep in captivity and mostly feed on frogs and house geckos and very few will take mice or pinkies.

They are also fast striker and they carry hemotoxin venom and I don't think we have antivenin for that :-)

Brian Santos Philippine Bent-toed Gecko
Philippine Bent-toed Gecko commented on by Brian Santos Iloilo, Philippines8 years ago

Thanks everyone. They are wonderful species and it's hard to catch them in the wild.

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