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I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by BlessedNuel: 5:18pm On Dec 20, 2020
Really don't know if it's poisonous or not but I was lucky enough to put an end to this particular reptile that have been parading in my Honey bee farm for a while now.

Went to check on my bees this afternoon and I noticed a slight move in the grass...Lo and behold...na this weekend neighbour that have been feasting on my bees for a while now...na stick wey I carry finish the thing head.

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by MarveworldNG: 5:27pm On Dec 20, 2020
grin grin grin

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by johnhood(m): 5:39pm On Dec 20, 2020
lala we no chop this one im too slim.
Omo e remain small I for be FTC. Not to worry na small I go join Nairaland executive.
All these annoying mods I go impeach una.
Lala no worry I no go remove you.

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by debbydams(f): 5:41pm On Dec 20, 2020
This tin is scary shocked shocked

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by Omihanifa: 6:05pm On Dec 20, 2020
This is really long o shocked

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by MrHighSea: 6:05pm On Dec 20, 2020
beautiful

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by pocohantas(f): 7:22pm On Dec 20, 2020
BlessedNuel:
Really don't know if it's poisonous or not but I was lucky enough to put an end to this particular reptile that have been parading in my Honey bee farm for a while now.

You say?? That is a cobra na. It is not poisonous per say, it is venomous. Two different things.

Modified: My Oga @Grandmeistèr said that is not a cobra OP. Bring it to the lab for physical examination.


Venomous: Lethal when injected (directly into the bloodstream).
Poisonous: Lethal when ingested.

Venomous snakes do not grow to be big big. It is either they are thick and short(like gaboon vipers and adders) or they are slim/medium and long. Only constrictors (boas and pythons) need unnecessary size and length to thrive. Venomous snakes can rely on their venom to bring an elephant down.

That said, the most common non-venomous snake in Nigeria is the python and that grass snake or whatever. Any other one should be treated as an enemy of the state. grin

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by Bendent19: 7:48pm On Dec 20, 2020
I hate snakes.

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by Odobaone: 9:50pm On Dec 20, 2020
See the speed @Lala wi use to move this over to FP.

@Lala d snake master

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by BlessedNuel: 10:13pm On Dec 20, 2020
pocohantas:


You say?? That is a cobra na. It is not poisonous per say, it is venomous. Two different things.


Thanks for the exposition.....I really thank God I saw it first...It was hiding in the grasses...it's just the slight movement that got my attention before I had to look closely to see what is beneath the grass.

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by kalvoken(m): 11:03pm On Dec 20, 2020
This snake hardly bites. ones it sees you, it will run so fast that you may not even see it. It lays egg.

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by pocohantas(f): 11:16pm On Dec 20, 2020
BlessedNuel:


Thanks for the exposition.....I really thank God I saw it first...It was hiding in the grasses...it's just the slight movement that got my attention before I had to look closely to see what is beneath the grass.

It was obviously trying to get away. Contrary to popular opinion, snakes are not looking out for humans to bite. It is really of no use to them biting/killing you, except in self-defense.

Still good you saw it first though, you never can tell what it considers trespassing. wink

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by missjekyll: 11:29pm On Dec 20, 2020
pocohantas:


You say?? That is a cobra na. It is not poisonous per say, it is venomous. Two different things.


cobras are known for their hood. this hasnt got one . too slim for a viper. looks like a grass snake. harmless

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by pocohantas(f): 12:06am On Dec 21, 2020
missjekyll:


cobras are known for their hood. this hasnt got one . too slim for a viper. looks like a grass snake. harmless

Attempting to identify a docile or dead cobra by its hood- is akin to trying to tell the size of a dick in its flaccid state. lipsrsealed lipsrsealed

Cobras only show off their hood when they feel threatened. They extend their hood and assume an upright position to intimidate the enemy. They don’t move about with their hoods.

Cc: Grandmeister. Come identify your people.

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by joinnow: 12:37am On Dec 21, 2020
BlessedNuel:
Really don't know if it's poisonous or not but I was lucky enough to put an end to this particular reptile that have been parading in my Honey bee farm for a while now.

Went to check on my bees this afternoon and I noticed a slight move in the grass...Lo and behold...na this weekend neighbour that have been feasting on my bees for a while now...na stick wey I carry finish the thing head.

this snake full for Ibadan

op do you stay in Ibadan?

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by Darkseid(m): 2:41am On Dec 21, 2020
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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by BlessedNuel: 7:13am On Dec 21, 2020
joinnow:

this snake full for Ibadan

op do you stay in Ibadan?

I stay in Enugu
Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by Grandmeister(m): 7:32am On Dec 21, 2020
pocohantas:


Attempting to identify a docile or dead cobra by its hood- is akin to trying to tell the size of a dick in its flaccid state. lipsrsealed lipsrsealed

Cobras only show off their hood when they feel threatened. They extend their hood and assume an upright position to intimidate the enemy. They don’t move about with their hoods.

Cc: Grandmeister. Come identify your people.
The moniker is right...the head is too small and the ‘neck’ area too thin to house a hood. Also the coloration isn’t that of any cobra in the western part of Africa. Only the cape cobra has a somewhat similar colour.
1 and 2 is a cobra without inflated hoods and 3 is a cape cobra

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by pocohantas(f): 10:24am On Dec 21, 2020
Grandmeister:

The moniker is right...the head is too small and the ‘neck’ area too thin to house a hood. Also the coloration isn’t that of any cobra in the western part of Africa. Only the cape cobra has a somewhat similar colour.
1 and 2 is a cobra without inflated hoods and 3 is a cape cobra

What snake is it then? E get big eye and e resemble cobra for my eye. Maybe a boomslang.

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by Grandmeister(m): 10:45am On Dec 21, 2020
pocohantas:


What snake is it then? E get big eye and e resemble cobra for my eye. Maybe a boomslang.
Maybe...but not a cobra.

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by joinnow: 2:46pm On Dec 21, 2020
BlessedNuel:


I stay in Enugu
this kind of snake like rocky area
Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by Nobody: 3:39pm On Dec 21, 2020
Oh my lala
Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by whela(m): 1:25pm On Dec 22, 2020
Beautiful....
Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by taiwoowiat: 11:52am On Dec 24, 2020
Christmas meat
Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by Kingrefreshed: 11:52am On Dec 24, 2020
BlessedNuel:
Really don't know if it's poisonous or not but I was lucky enough to put an end to this particular reptile that have been parading in my Honey bee farm for a while now.

Went to check on my bees this afternoon and I noticed a slight move in the grass...Lo and behold...na this weekend neighbour that have been feasting on my bees for a while now...na stick wey I carry finish the thing head.

Animal Cruelty cry angry grin

Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by rawtouch: 11:52am On Dec 24, 2020
cool
Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by Uyi168: 11:52am On Dec 24, 2020
..
Lala in a typical snake regalia, ready to do the needful.
grin

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by praiseneo(m): 11:52am On Dec 24, 2020
That’s a house brown snake it’s not venomous but it’s good you killed it since you weren’t aware and even tho you were aware it’s still good to kill it. These creatures are too creepy for my liking

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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by donnie(m): 11:53am On Dec 24, 2020
Choi shocked
Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by GIANTPLUSHUB: 11:53am On Dec 24, 2020
Mheen! Very long!
Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by Nobody: 11:53am On Dec 24, 2020
Xmas don do
Wahala for who no dey chop snakes grin




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Re: I Killed This Snake In My Bee Farm Today (Photos) by nanauju(f): 11:53am On Dec 24, 2020
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