HUNT FOR THE LOST SERPANT

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  1. Alexahnder

    Alexahnder Well-Known Member

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    It seems interesting that when a few weeks ago you were complaining about rigged shows, and then when one comes along that is definatly not rigged you complain that there aren't enough reptiles in it.
     
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    lets not be padantic shall me alex
     
  3. soulweaver

    soulweaver Suspended Banned

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    at the end of the day it gave you somthing to watch for an hour did it not? better then the other crap that is usally on........
     
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    It was actuallyy made by National geographic Fuscus, not a TV channel
     
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    :D I agree with you T.Sherman! We both thoroughly enjoyed the show, beautiful country we live in...the Kimberleys is on our 'wish list' to visit one day...:wink:

    Cheers, Jude
     
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    Ahuh, I sure wuld love to jump off those cliffs in to the amazing looking water. I should be going there next year, cant wait... yay
     
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    I know of another 5 roughys in WA that are alive and well and not mentioned so far. Have handled one of them too. Very nice nose biters they are.
     
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    And how cool would it be to jump in and come up with a tiny (NOTE: tiny) fresh water crocodile ? Yes, do that Brodie!

    Em
     
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    Those roughys are so gorgeous !
     
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    Womas4me, the question is were these 5 wild caught roughys, or are they captive bred ones that came from the ARP at Gosford. As far as I am aware John Weigel from the ARP is the only person so far who was given permits to collect live specimens, and has been very sucsessful so far in breeding them.
     
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    i liked to show, there were afew parts that i didnt like.

    first was that chick saying they were after a "poisonous"snake. if shes going to do the job her writers could atleast do research

    also i think they could mention that being a missing like between a king brown and a eastern brown is a bigger deal by mentioning that knig browns are apart of the blacksnake group.
     
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    Tommo, I bet most of what everyone is saying is missing from the show was there. Unfortuneatly, Craig and Jackie had no say in what was shown by the editors, and most hit the floor never to be seen.
     
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    Bigguy, they are the CB ones from ARP.
     
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    Bigguy, I reckon you are right on the money there.
     
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    It was better than watching the debate between our leader and the other who wants the job,anything was better than watching there dribble, in fact i would have watched two flies crawling up a wall before the debate.
    Remember you can always tell when a polly is lieing..they just open their mouth..
     
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    Razza, no truer word was ever spoken about a poly :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Same coloured money :)
     
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    We didn't get the show here worse luck. Had the pollies debate, Ozzie Idol, sbs and abc
     
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    lol go the ozzie idol
     
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    Yeah Jimmy, watched Ozzie Idol. The Unforgettables were great!
     
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