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- 14-Jun-12, 09:07 AM #31
- 14-Jun-12, 11:00 AM #32
- 14-Jun-12, 11:44 AM #33
Xenodermus javanicus- also known as the Dragon Snake
Edit- Oh yeah, almost forgot
Brahmin Moth Caterpillar
Last edited by Nathan_T; 14-Jun-12 at 12:49 PM.
- 14-Jun-12, 12:45 PM #36
Nathan_T - Ypu have an awesome wishlist, I love that dragon snake, that would be awesome to own5 x Jungles, 2 x Spotted's, 2 x Bredli's and 1 x Central Beardie
- 14-Jun-12, 01:04 PM #37
I FORGOT THESE GUYS, Cordylus cataphractusMost everyone's mad here.........You may have noticed that I'm not all there myself....
That mullet is almost as epic as that snake!
- 14-Jun-12, 01:59 PM #38
- 14-Jun-12, 02:53 PM #39
- 14-Jun-12, 08:39 PM #41
- 16-Jun-12, 12:45 AM #42
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Vine snake, emerald boa, leaf-nosed viper and eyelash viper.
But if we're talking simply snakes we cannot own, as opposed to exotics, as such, then one can't go passed Laticauda colubrina - an aussie (well, a few of our islands for part of the year, at least) that we will likely never be permitted to keep.
Last edited by PMyers; 16-Jun-12 at 12:48 AM.
I'm not a cynic. I've merely had the rose-coloured glasses ripped from my face and crushed beneath the boot-heel of life1.1.0 Liasis Olivaceous | 1.1.0 Antaresia perthensis | 0.0.1 Boiga irregularis
- 17-Jun-12, 02:53 PM #44
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