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Last night I stumbled into watching the documentary film Blackfish, which examines the ethical shortcomings of keeping orcas in captivity. It was a stirring experience to say the least, and at times deeply disturbing, to consider the notion of keeping such godlike anim...

The person who took the video and posted it to YouTube described the experience as follows:


"This is a Yellow-bellied Puffing Snake (Pseustes sulphureus). We first detected this guy because two Guianan Toucanets were making a ton of raucous near the bottom of a tree. A...

Given the Spilotes sulphureus I keep are all bloodlines which trace back to Suriname, I have been researching climate conditions in Suriname to gain a greater understanding of how environmental factors might influence behaviors such as mating. To make it simpler to reg...

I first learned about the existence of Spilotes sulphureus in 2006, after seeing posts on the kingsnake.com forums from a few folks who were keeping them. At that time kingsnake.com was a bustling hub of dialog, and sulphureus was still classified as Pseustes...

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