Snake Hook and Snake Tongs are made of aircraft-quality aluminum

Februar 23rd, 2018  Tagged

As soon as the snake hunting in the wild is mentioned, many people will feel fizzy. As soon as I saw the snake, I was afraid and could not approach. I even dared not catch it. In fact, apart from the snake snake if the understanding of the living habits of the snakes, the snake’s environment and activities of the law to be aware of, and at the same time grasp the basic essentials of snake hunting and common methods, play a “right-wing man” role. Snake caught both the ideal snake, but also not bitten by a snake, to avoid accidental hand injuries caused by catching. Snake Hook is a good choice tool.

Curved snakes are not a good tool in your arsenal, at the weight of either Western Diamondback Rattlesnake or Wooden Rattlesnake. The equipment we use is designed with our safety in mind and snake safety. Our hooks and pliers are made of aircraft-quality aluminum, so it costs a lot of money to damage them.

We have always questioned what is the most effective tool for relocating snakes, especially poisonous snakes. Straightforward answer is absolutely common sense! The novice should not move the poisonous snake, if you do not know if it is toxic, let it alone. The best idea is always to look at the snake in its natural habitat and continue to leave the snake as you complete the observation. If you really want to relocate the snake, we strongly recommend snake hooks and snake pliers combination.

Commercially manufactured Snake Tongs are from 24 to about 50 inches in length, while commercial snake pliers have a length of from about 24 to 60 inches. With the pliers, the shorter the control time, the better, but we know that many people usually can not get closer to the actual poisonous snake. The longer the pliers, the harder it is to manage. To get rid of a mature rattlesnake with 52 or 60 inch pliers, almost everyone needs to use a second hand on the shaft and naturally place one foot in front of the other, which may negate the long The advantages of pliers. Long pincers may be better used to extract snakes from below shrubs or from buildings in the area.






Hides provide reptiles with Reptile Breeding Box

Februar 6th, 2018  Tagged
A Reptile Breeding Box is a very important part of your reptile’s habitat. Reptiles housed without a Reptile Breeding Box to retreat to suffer from stress, which leaves them more susceptible to illness. This is because reptiles are not domesticated animals. Regardless of whether or not they were captive bred, they are wild animals that are on the look out for predators, and hiding is a natural part of their behavior. Failing to accommodate this need will result in a sick, stressed reptile.
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What are Reptile Breeding Boxes for?
You know that Reptile Breeding Boxes give your reptile a sense of security, but what exactly are they for? Hides provide reptiles with:

Secure areas for hiding
Places to sleep
Daytime shelters for nocturnal animals
Outlets for digging
Places for nesting and egg laying
The moisture and humidity they need without raising the humidity levels throughout the entire habitat

“NOMOYPET Products has always been adhering to customers’ needs as the core and focusing on reptile market development with providing high quality goods and attentive service. Our company has gradually won many companies’ trust and favorable comments and gained good reputation in reptile industry for providing various kinds of products and insisting on the principle of small profit.” Our main product Reptile Cave, Reptile Uvb Lamp, Snake Tongs, Floating Turtle Island.






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