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- 28-Jun-12, 11:11 AM #62Wish list-1 Hypo Bredli, 1 RSP, 4 Albino Darwins, 1 88% jungle jag and maybe (hopefully) one day a Paradox Albino. 1 Sand monitor, 1 Heath monitor, 1 Mangrove monitor, 1 Lace monitor and 1 Perentie.
Red Tail Boa for sure
- 28-Jun-12, 03:29 PM #64
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- 28-Jun-12, 03:36 PM #65Regular Member
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- Gold Coast, Queensland
I would love some of the basics that i used too own in the UK, Ball Pythons, Leopard Geckos, Corn Snakes :/ Boas are also cool even though i never had the joy of owning one.
- 28-Jun-12, 04:21 PM #67
yeh i like watching the elapids in slow motion, fav part was the eyelash viper biting the frog and eating it pretty sure it was the same lizard haha, everywhere u look theres a predator lurking in the grass lolWish list-1 Hypo Bredli, 1 RSP, 4 Albino Darwins, 1 88% jungle jag and maybe (hopefully) one day a Paradox Albino. 1 Sand monitor, 1 Heath monitor, 1 Mangrove monitor, 1 Lace monitor and 1 Perentie.
- 28-Jun-12, 04:55 PM #69
the viper? cant really remember seeing much orange, more yellow yeh, i guess it got destracted long enough for the eggs to hatch. i didnt think snakes would try and eat tadpoles from the eggs.Wish list-1 Hypo Bredli, 1 RSP, 4 Albino Darwins, 1 88% jungle jag and maybe (hopefully) one day a Paradox Albino. 1 Sand monitor, 1 Heath monitor, 1 Mangrove monitor, 1 Lace monitor and 1 Perentie.
It was good filming but editing was pretty terrible IMO, they jumped all over the place and repeated things just after they has said it? Like the Cat eyed snake? I think it was, when it went to eat the frog eggs, they didn't even show how the tadpoles got away until the very end?
It really is almost impossible to narrow it down as the choice is just so huge but the Red Tailed Boa is right up there along with the Reticulated Python (easily my favourite python species), Emerald Tree Boas, Rainbow Boas, Boelens Pythons, Rhino Iguanas, Green Iguanas, Tegus, Chameleons. I am a bit like a kid in a candy store at the moment and i think the only thing that will stop me is when i run out of space. :-)
This is my sons female Yemen Chameleon, he is crazy about Chameleons and finally has 2, soon to be more I think
Last edited by boa; 28-Jun-12 at 07:03 PM."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
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- 28-Jun-12, 07:27 PM #73
a chameleon,ball python (morph), corn snake, and a iguana sorry bout spelling
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