I've been bitten by my white-lipped (as if it was a new thing...
I've notice there's the usual row of theet (prononce it loud to understand, bad english) but there's always two other mark behind that row. I know they don't have fang but do they have big rear theets?
I've include a pic of the bite. Please, don't laught at me. It's such a small bite:bugout: I don't feel like to wait till he get 6 feet to have a better view anyway. The two redder small dot are the rear theet I'm talking about. They are always more noticable.
Any link with python theet explanation would be apreciate also
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