hatchies in the wild

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  1. phatty

    phatty Well-Known Member

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    well the local male female Darwin have breed this year again :)
    found this little fella in me bird cages might have to use some vermin mesh to keep them out.
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    awesome find! id love to see some other wild hatchies!
     
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    no doubt there will be more :)
     
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    hehe... where there is one...there is many ;)
     
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    he's got some lovely patterns niice find!
     
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    That's cool. Must have been looking for a meal?
     
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    Only as nature intended. :)
     
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    What a terrible problem to have. :)
     
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    i know suchhh a problem all tho the common tree snakes and night tigers eat my green cheeks eggs :( i have to stop that

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    i know suchhh a problem all tho the common tree snakes and night tigers eat my green cheeks eggs :( i have to stop that
     
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    How adorable is he! Going to be a stunner when he grows up. We're so lucky with our natives.
     
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    Posted some of these before but anyways. Excuse the first one, was new to snakes, only was a soft hold.

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    very nice but i dont want to find any baby elapids as i walk around with no shoes most of the time :shock:
     
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    Bet you were stoked that night !
     
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    just found this guy just then

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    I must admit, as someone who is trying to get a feel for what snake is what... I really wish people would be so kind as to label their pics. I think Phatty's last one is one of two snakes but Im too embarassed to have a guess and get it wrong. :oops:
     
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    Looks like a golden phase common tree snake.
     
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    gruni have a guess

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    red fox I was testing him
     
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    My first thought was a Green tree snake because of the head and tail shape but the the white lower jaw made me wonder if it was a white lip whip snake. I'm guessing from Red's answer I was right the first time. :)
     
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    Or in the NT, just a common tree snake. Things are everywhere :)
     
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