Just a Canon PowerShot SX60 HS. I'm not a big photography guy and my pics certainly could be much better but they're good enough lol
A nice little Angle Headed Dragon (Lophosaurus spinipes) near The Head, QLD.
Thanks mate :)
A nice Lace Monitor (Varanus varius) at Bomaderry, NSW last September :)
Understood, thanks for the clarification.
Reptiles and dinosaurs are in different clades. They're very different.
The same could be said for fish and reptiles, it doesn't prove much.
PM sent :)
I'm hoping to get some Plains Mice (Pseudomys australis) soon, and I'm just wondering if they can be fed a lab diet as their main diet?...
Thanks Kev :D
Lots of fossil posts today :D
I'm probably not posting this in the right place, but anyway.
Here are some tiny little lizard jaws found near Kempsey (NSW) in...
This ^ :)
Just so people know, the zoo is unfortunately closing down. Was an awesome place.
That sucks, sorry to hear.
And why does every thread have to become turtle related?
Oh cool, thanks.
Bummer about the photos. Really want to see them since I live so close! Especially the orchids :D
I got a bit sidetracked...
Glad to know the baby possum (and python) was okay. Would've been pretty amazing to see this in person.
Thats awesome, congrats!
I got halfway through before I started wondering what else I could be doing instead of reading this. :P
Not sure, maybe some other members know?
thanks guys! :)
My two blonde spotted pythons locked up - my first time breeding reptiles! A very exciting thing for me to see! :D
Hope you all have a successful...
Beautiful snakes, @richyboa72!
haha very true
Those are two happy turtles haha
Pfft nahhhh ;)
I'll find a way!
Not really, just the camera zoom. It was pretty feisty, I got a video of it latching onto my backpack :)
Haha thanks Kev :)
A very important issue which we must all acknowledge :P
Hmmm. Not sure what to think now o_O
Maybe around 2 meters. I meant decent find as in a more uncommon species (for me at least)
On behalf of the carpet, thanks folks! :P
Probably, but diamonds don't extend this far west.
Here's a coastal carpet python we found near Dorrigo, NSW a few days ago. My first decent find!
Awesome. Any pics?
I have a few fossil cone snail shells from Melbourne.
Thanks for sharing! Loved the dugong and nudibranch in particular :)
So which state do you live in?
Ah ok, I thought they might go up on the RSPCA site or something.
Couldn't you just buy them back when they're put up for adoption?
Congrats, these guys are very high on my list of things to buy!
These threads may help:...
Thats a pretty good deal.
A pygmy would be fine feeding wise if you get an established feeder. But as @Bl69aze said they are pretty hard to find for sale. If you want to...
Exactly my point :)
No need, just bring the snake, that should scare them off. :p
Actually don't its illegal
I echo what GBWhite said.
Just for the record though, I know people who keep some species such as BHPs and womas on sand without issue (with adequate climbing space).