Do archerfish need to be able to spit?

Friller2009

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Would the pythons hunt for the fish? My country bans owning of reptiles so I don’t know anything.
Where are you? Because i’m not moving there. Green pythons wouldn’t eat the archers. They are primarily bird and arboreal mammal specialists. They perch in ambush above the canopy, and archers would be to much of a hassle for them to eat.
 
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krichardson

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Would the pythons hunt for the fish? My country bans owning of reptiles so I don’t know anything.
My goodness,where do you live?
 

Caveden

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Where are you? Because i’m not moving there. Green pythons wouldn’t eat the archers. They are primarily bird and arboreal mammal specialists. They perch in ambush above the canopy, and archers would be to much of a hassle for them to eat.
Singapore. The variety of fish here are amazing and cheap with no bans, but when it comes to any other animals like mammals, reptiles and birds we are strictly prohibited to only certain ones. The only reptiles I am allowed to keep in Singapore are red eared sliders and Malaysian box turtles. Nothing else
 

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Oh yah LOL I should rephrase that better, most fish are allowed in Singapore which are banned in other countries except a few cases
 

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Singapore. The variety of fish here are amazing and cheap with no bans, but when it comes to any other animals like mammals, reptiles and birds we are strictly prohibited to only certain ones. The only reptiles I am allowed to keep in Singapore are red eared sliders and Malaysian box turtles. Nothing else
If they're banning so many reptiles, I'm surprised they didn't ban red eared sliders either. Huge invasive species because kids release pets they're bored with into the wild, and a Salmonella threat from small turtles (which may apply to all turtles though).
 
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