Tubing a Forest Cobra at Wrigglies
Thanks to Julian Clare of Wrigglies for sending us these photos of him tubing a Forest Cobra (Naja melanoleuca). Julian is wearing our Venom Defender Gloves to ensure extra protection during the initial approach.
Wrigglies Juniors Snake Tubing
Paul L. Lloyd retrieves a Forest Cobra
We are pleased to have received yet another exciting feature from Paul L. Lloyd!
More great photos from a Wrigglies handling course
Thanks again to Wrigglies for providing this series of photographs taken during one of their handling courses.
Amazing photos of a Flying Tree Snake being Tubed
Big thanks to Harry John La-Page for sending us these amazing photographs!
Luke Rutherford gives an insight into his snake room
Luke Rutherford has provided us with visuals of his snake room and himself handling three species of his well looked after venomous snakes.
Escaped Cape Cobra (Naja Nivea) is caught with the help of our gloves
We are pleased to announce that after the Cape Cobra (Naja Nivea) escaped from a Dutch snake keeper it has been caught safely with our Venom Defender Gloves.
Wrigglies DWA Course Reviewed
James's Whinnett is a part time assistant at Wrigglies and attended the course after seeing the team working with the DWA animals and after watching a couple of previous courses.
The importance of wearing gloves when cleaning out the cage of venomous snakes
We always recommend that one wears Venom Defender Gloves when cleaning out cages of venomous snakes. The fangs are shed and can cause secondary invenomation.