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Old 04-15-03, 10:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Most Aggresive Snake

In your opinion what is the MOST aggresive, non-venomous snakes that can be kept in captivity
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Old 04-15-03, 10:26 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Rock Pythons!

Scrub Pythons and most of the Morelia family also fall under this category
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well for me its a 3ft kingsnake! it by far THE most aggressive snake at work! hes one of the smallest out the lot! but i dont really know other that that! just thought id say! any snake can be agressive!
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I'd have to say either a African Rock or a Retic. Although these snakes can be tamed, these are the least likely to tame easily.
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Old 04-15-03, 11:38 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Either a rock python or an Amazon tree boa.
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Most aggressive in my collection: Texas ratsnake

Most aggressive experienced: Green anaconda, retic
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Old 04-15-03, 11:50 AM   #8 (permalink)
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no such thing as a aggressive snake.
snakes hunt and kill to eat the only agresif animal on the earth is a human we hunt to kill for the sport and we kill each other for no aperent reason a snake kills to defend breed or eat not for the shear plesure of doing it.

All the snakes listed above are nervous snakes that dont come acrose a lage animals in the wild verry often so they freek out when they see us and try to defend them selfs dos that make any sence to any one or was I just typing to fill a gap.
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Makes sense to me, chondro. They only seem aggressive out of fear, mostly, and a desire to be away from an animal(us) that they are not familiar with nor like.
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Old 04-15-03, 12:53 PM   #10 (permalink)
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It is true that snakes do not normally kill for pleasure or sport. But other animals (NOT ONLY HUMANS) do for instance Ive seen a common house cat kill mice and not eat them sport or pleasure?? weasels will commonly raid chicken coops and kill every chicken in the coop and may only eat one if any. So is this sport or pleasure ??? As for the question my most aggresive snake is my common Boa . He is also my fastest and most accurate striker . any sp can be aggressive .
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Old 04-15-03, 01:00 PM   #11 (permalink)
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cats are verry teratorial and dont want mice snooping around and stealing there food. Chikens protect each other if a weesel wants to eat one it has to kill everything that poses a potential threat to his meal or him self one chiken dies the rest will try to hunt the weasel out of the coop witch results in death of the rest of the colonie they dont go in a kill a bunch of chikens and walk out empty handed like the columbine kids (dont want to affend any one who may have ben envolved in that tragaty)
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Prbably retic/rock

I always thought snakes could get angry and bite...am I wrong? I can't imagine a 20 foot retic being afraid of a human being, but maybe I don't know enough about snakes, could someone clear that up for me?
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if snakes cant love they cant hate and if they cant hate they cant get angery.

if you spook a snake that was sleeping it may turn and bite you if you pooke a snake too much it may feal threatend and bite you but you cant make it mad or angery or agresif. It just dosent sound right that is like saying if you cudel your snake every day it will start to love you or somthing like that. snimals have instincs not fealings
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Old 04-15-03, 03:24 PM   #15 (permalink)
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id say a rectic they strike out like theres no 2moro!!!!
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