hey, this seems to be the place to be.

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    The_Phantom Not so new Member

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    hey everyone :)

    this looks like a great site! i looked all over the internet and couldn't find any other popular aussie reptile forums. several years ago when i first got into herps, i remember there was a few but this one seems to be the only one left that has a lot of activity.
    correct me if i'm wrong but it seems to be the most popular reptile forum in the southern hemisphere by far.
    most of the people here seem to be friendly, helpful and knowledgeable.
    this looks like the place to be!

    cheers, blue
     
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    Hi Bluey and welcome to Aussiepythons! I have seen people here from all over the world so there is no shortage of knowledge here.
     
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    Welcome to APS, Bluey! Lots of knowledge and advice on here, both in the old threads and by posting a question.
     
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    thanks for the warm welcome thatguy and pinefamily. :)
    it's good to be here. it's a great resource. you're right, the archive of old threads contains a lot of info and totally awesome, top quality pics. 8)
    i'll probably spend the first few months just reading old threads!

    another big plus is the speed of the site and it's very well organised.
    it's easy to see why this place is so popular.

    cheers bluey
     
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