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So I got home today from work to find my class two license has been approved. Wasn't sure if it had been or not as I sent it in over 2 months ago but got my license today. Now to look for a baby lace monitor to buy, just kind of excited.boosting thru
- 02-Jun-12, 12:58 AM #2
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- Central Highlands QLD
Congrats! Well worth the 2 month wait I hope!Eat well, stay fit, die anyway..
Well done after your long wait lacies are awesome though very shy take such a long time to get used to you
Thanks heaps guy, can't wait to start getting some new reptiles.
- 12-Jul-12, 09:57 AM #6
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- Ipswich, QLD.
Congratulations. I hope you'll post pics when you get your lacie.
What are lacies like? I have always adored them and loved to get one im just worried because of the damage they could do if they wanted. Are they a good pet to have or do they still need the same respect that you would give a large python.
I've seen a small one (maybe 1.5' SVL) at feeding time and it was freakin scary. If you ask people like Crocdoc and Imported Varanus I think they would happily tell you that they probably require more respect than a large python. They are incredible intelligent and ridiculously agile, especially for their size. Having said that though, I can't wait to get one either.
BTW congrats on getting your upgrade. I've been waiting a little over a month to hear back about mine now tooKnowledge - The one thing you can give away freely while still keeping for yourself
What does a class two get you....(coming from QLD here where we don't really have class's)"I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." Thomas Edison
2 X Windora Stimson's (1M&1F)(Turned 1-Jan 2012), 1 X Male Bredli (6years-2012)
This is the full list if you're really interested:
http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/re...peciesList.pdfKnowledge - The one thing you can give away freely while still keeping for yourself
Lacies aren't to be taken lightly.
Mine was only small and could go from a pussy cat to an absolute b@stard in an instant.
They are very intelligent reptiles in my opinion. They are very observant of their surroundings and 9 times out of 10 will spot you before you spot them.
Yeah I have dealt with them a fair bit (reptile park) I know what they can do and the damage that can be caused if respect is not shown and if care is not taken, but with saying that I am confident and I have found the best breeder around with all the info and help ever needed.