ROCKDEEP Cape Cobra (Pre-Order) (Read ENTIRE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION)
- Brand: ROCKDEEP
- Availability: In Stock
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ROCKDEEP CAPE COBRA Green / Black / Gecko
THIS IS A PRE-ORDER - Meaning you are securing your pair of Cape Cobra's
This item is a non slotted production item which will go into production but by purchasing it, you are agreeing to not contact corporate about it's arrival or place in production.
You are trusting the process as so many have done before this. Should you ask we can simply refund you.
(IF THIS DOES NOT WORK FOR YOU PLEASE DO NOT PURCHASE)
Once we go to production we will update you with a target ship date as we usually do.
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The CEO will make updates in the following ways so this prevents you from needing to contact corporate for anything other than change of address OR size change.
Production Schedule on the website
Social Media via CEO Updates during the week or IG and Facebook stories.
Please review your order before completion. If you order the wrong size by accident and do not realize until we ship and your original size is sold out, the only thing you can hope for is someone else exchanging.
You can find all the info needed here.
If this process doesn't work for you please do not purchase.
The Price will increase after the pre-order ends.
History: CAPE COBRA:
The Cape cobra (Naja nivea), also called the yellow cobra, is a moderate-sized, highly venomous species of cobra inhabiting a wide variety of biomes across southern Africa including arid savanna, fynbos, bushveld, desert and semi-desert regions. The species is diurnal and is a feeding generalist, preying on a number of different species and carrion. Predators of this species include birds of prey, honey badgers and various species of mongoose. The Cape cobra is also known as the "geelslang" (yellow snake) and "bruinkapel" (brown cobra) in South Africa. Afrikaans speaking South Africans also refer to the Cape cobra as "koperkapel" ("copper cobra"), mainly because of a rich yellow colour variation. This species has no known subspecies.