View Poll Results: Should Tasmanians be able to import Australian reptiles?
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YES can import
NO no iports
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- 23-Dec-10, 11:52 AM #46
The legislation is currently being ammended for the keeping of Native Reptiles, which includes which species of mainland herp's will be allowed to be kept.....This is a very long process and has been underway for a few years that i know of.......
According to the Permit officer i spoke with, once the legislation has been ammended, there will be a system in place just like all other states and territories, only thing is the list of reptiles will be restricted more than any other current system......meaning....not many species permitted......
Get in touch with the permit officer and have a chat to him, see what the latest deadline is......i'm sure it cannot be far off now
- 23-Dec-10, 11:53 AM #48
and only one dragon (mountain dragon) but is very small
LOL at wearing welding gloves stupid idea.
- 23-Dec-10, 11:57 AM #50
im with ya steve
- 23-Dec-10, 11:58 AM #51have you ever got an adrenaline surge from holding a cat or dog?....now have you ever gotten an adrenaline rush from holding a snake? | to be scared BY something and to be scared OF something are two completely different things
- 23-Dec-10, 12:00 PM #52have you ever got an adrenaline surge from holding a cat or dog?....now have you ever gotten an adrenaline rush from holding a snake? | to be scared BY something and to be scared OF something are two completely different things
- 23-Dec-10, 12:00 PM #53
just dont handle simple
- 23-Dec-10, 12:00 PM #54
- 23-Dec-10, 12:01 PM #55
- 23-Dec-10, 12:02 PM #56
some tassie tigers have 9mm fangs
- 23-Dec-10, 12:02 PM #57
they can bite through leather
- 23-Dec-10, 12:04 PM #58
did you check out his site ? he is an amazing photographer
- 23-Dec-10, 12:05 PM #59
would beardies survive
As well as being clumsy and reducing your sense of touch.
Lizardboi if by "free handling" you mean holding Elapids in the same manner as you would pythons then that's an individuals choice.
Welding gloves and handling Elapids is not a good idea even if tailing, IMO. And not sound handling advice to give out on a public forum.