Darwin Photos, various animals

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  1. palmej

    palmej Active Member

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    Here is the trip up to darwin two months ago with me my family and boyfriend.
    The picture of the croc was on a jumping croc tour with a small company.
    we chose this company because the boat wasnt a two story one and you could get closer.
    The name of the company was Adelaide River Cruisers, Jumping Croc Cruisers i HIGHLY recomend =] and other photos are from Crocosaurus Cove and a Zoo which i cant quite remember the name =| so i shall call Darwin Zoo ;)

    croc jumping
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    just sticking his head out to say hello
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    showing you how close the crocs were to the boat
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    little spiders of some kind
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    ok its taking soo long to upload the rest of the photos on photobucket.
    so here they are down here
    1st- brother holding a carpet python? (sorry new to this) and me getting mauled in background
    2nd-water buffalo
    3rd- some sort of lizard
    4th- its not a albino croc but i dont know what it is =S
     

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    LullabyLizard Very Well-Known Member

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    Great pics of the crocs!
     
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    cool, would love to see crocs in the wild
     
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    awesome pics:)
     
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    Very nice pics man. Yeah it's a darwin/ top end carpet python. Love the crocs!
     
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    Looks like a Darwin carpet python too :p Looks like you had fun. Croc photos look good :)
     
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    hehe yeah i had loads of fun :)
     
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    They look a bit like st andrews cross spiders. but the web seems a bit different
     
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    yeah those spiders were EVERYWHERE we were walking across this bridge under the water and you could just see them in the cracks under your feet :|
     
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    The zoo photos looks like the Territory Wildlife Park.
     
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    Hey i believe that Zoo your talking about MAY be the Alice Springs Desert Park-Other than that, wicked pics!

    EDIT: Woops i think i got it wrong-but is that crocodile one at the crocosaurus cove?If not is it the alice springs one i said above
     
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    yeah its from crocasaurus cove =]
     
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    I doubt it because alice springs is a 1000km south. it would have been crocasaurus cove or territiory wildlife park. nice pics. darwin is a great place, to bad the cane toads are destroying it.
     
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