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Subject: READ FIRST: SNAKE -- A big Aussie Snake
Photos of a snake caught on an electric fence just next to Hope Island on the Gold Coast
Some tourists on holidays came across the snake caught in an
electric fence, being continually shocked, and getting very
The group wondering what to do, decide to divert the current, cut the wire AND let the snake go! (As you should do).
When the property owner found out he went ballistic, besides being upset about his fence,the snake had been eating lambs in the area, and he'd been trying to track it for ages. He did not appreciate the help!
Australians are used to a big snake or two, but wait till you see this old fella!
>I wonder if animals tell jokes about humans.
hope island on the goldcoast,
Thats an african rock python the pic gets posted every few weeks with a differant story, it ate an impala and got caught on the electric fence.
i love all the stories for this pic1x BHP (Mlak Mlak)
1x Hypo Bredli (Phoenix)
- 20-Mar-07, 04:30 PM #4
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- Elizabeth East
It is so obviously unlike anything we get in this country, just look at the size of it, a Scrubbie would be a tenth of it's girth. I wonder what it will be next time it gets posted ? LOL."If you know everything you may as well blow your brains out because the reason for existence is to learn more everyday." - Mark O'Shea, 2004 WOOF
People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones
seen it 10 times before.lol
i think its an african python of some sort????
haha the story is always along the same lines but it does tend to differ slightly lolALWAYS Judge A Person By The Way They Treat Someone
Who Can Be Of NO Possible Use To Them!
the fangs on that thing are unreal, oh well
poor sheep hahahahaha
it looks like a big rock python
- 20-Mar-07, 07:21 PM #10
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- Sutherland Shire NSW
Gee, that snake gets around and keeps getting caught in all these electric fences - on the Gold Coast this time.....
- 20-Mar-07, 07:25 PM #11
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check this out, i found it in my backyard, its an Electric fence Python...... only found in wollongong lol.... its recharging its electric teeth on the fence
hey Venom, im sure ive seen that snake before, it definitely
an electric fence python, extremely rare, spits out lightning bolts
from their teeth charging them, hahahahahahahahaha
Apparently it is a South African Rock Python, not a Scrubbie??? Cheers CherylSimplicity is an Advanced Course!
i dont know how many times i have seen that photo but it keeps getting funnier
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