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ZebulonHoover Reticulated Python
Reticulated Python commented on by ZebulonHoover Rizal, Philippines9 years ago

From everything I just looked up, it's native to the Philippines. It wasn't native all the way up to Luzon from what I picked up, a long with a few islands. They have been in the Philippines since the 1800's from what I have read.

ZebulonHoover Brahminy blind snake
Brahminy blind snake commented on by ZebulonHoover Rizal, Philippines10 years ago

This was my first.

ZebulonHoover Common Caiman
Common Caiman commented on by ZebulonHoover Rizal, Philippines10 years ago

Not a Caiman. While I like my crocodilians, i'm not fully sure which one this is. Maybe the Philippine Crocodile.

ZebulonHoover Costa Rican Boa
Costa Rican Boa commented on by ZebulonHoover Costa Rica10 years ago

Next time pull that beautiful snake out and get photos. The Costa Rican Boa, is very beautiful in my opinion of you found a good one. I use to have one as a pet in the USA, and he was outstanding in color with a nice blue gray color to him.

ZebulonHoover Filesnake
Filesnake commented on by ZebulonHoover Negros Oriental, Philippines10 years ago


ZebulonHoover Little Wart Snake
Little Wart Snake commented on by ZebulonHoover Rizal, Philippines10 years ago

Even though Laguna Bay is extremely polluted, they are still surviving in it. From what I hear is that they are pest in their talapia pens.

ZebulonHoover Saltwater Crocodile
Saltwater Crocodile commented on by ZebulonHoover Palawan, Philippines10 years ago

I wouldn't technically call it the Australian Saltwater Crocodile, since they do have a larger range than Australia.

ZebulonHoover Pawikan / Hawksbill
Pawikan / Hawksbill commented on by ZebulonHoover Guimaras, Philippines10 years ago

Hawksbill, over hunted for the shell, and also used the scutes on the shell for jewelry.

ZebulonHoover Venus Flytrap
Venus Flytrap commented on by ZebulonHoover Rizal, Philippines10 years ago

Those are native to Wilmington, North Carolina.

ZebulonHoover Luzon Banded Coral Snake
Luzon Banded Coral Snake commented on by ZebulonHoover Batangas, Philippines10 years ago

It's a Luzon Banded Coral snake, very venomous. I'm Jealous because I want to take my own pictures of that snake. If you have Facebook look up Philippine Herpetology. I'm putting together a FB Database of endemic herps of the Philippines since it's hard to research it. Also I started a Philippine Snakes Mission you can use to put reptiles in. Nice shot by the way.

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