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  1. Scutellatus

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    Another big head

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    The first and second are a juvenile Green Tree Python. The third is a Crested Dragon. The fourth is a Bredli. The last two are a Boyds Forest Dragon.
     
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    Helix still hates me but is gorgeous just the same!
     
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    My boy just found this one near the front door - not long out of the egg?.
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    Finally realised what the scurrying in my guttering outback was. This is a smaller one that gets around my place. Loves grapes and the odd worm ( out of my boys worm farm:confused:)
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    Julatten girl just shed and hungry.
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    @Yellowtail - Just curious, but what is the purpose of the terracotta pots?
     
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    While I don't think it is the case in this instance, in the early 90s I used to use pots like that as the primary heat source. A standard incandescent globe was inside the pot and it would act like a heat rock. Worked a treat.
     
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    At a guess they are hides
     
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    Thats what was thinking, but I thought they may have been used for something else too...
     
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    I'd just returned from the local creek, (yesterday), had my fish traps in and brought home 2 buckets full of feeder fish, 800ish and dumped them in the ELN's tank... This head paints a picture of complete elation. LOL
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    Just mosquito fish or natives?
     
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    All wild platy and swordtails. I caught one native, a 2 and a half inch long spangled perch. I put him in a tank with an Australian bass the same size. He's going well.
     
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    Well done!
     
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    Spangled. This was literally right after he went in the tank... Has coloured up completely now and looks mint.
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    Making friends will my little Australian Bass. LOL
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    Use them as hides for most of my adult snakes and they also make a good basking spot as they hold heat from overhead CHE, in my larger cages I usually give them a choice of 2. They also provide rough edges to help with shedding.
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    Terracotta pots sawn in half make excellent hides for turtles too.
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    That’s what I did with one that was broke in the garden centre I work in ,was going in the skip and luckily it pretty much broke down the middle,my big boa loves it[​IMG]


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