Little fella sunning himself

Discussion in 'Field Herping and Reptile Studies' started by floyd_074, Feb 12, 2010.

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  1. Jonno from ERD

    Jonno from ERD Very Well-Known Member

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    Foxes would have the same, if not MORE, of any impact than Cane Toads.
     
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    do u have any pics of the fox's you shot? well done btw!:)
     
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    yes alot more than canetoads,i was reading that even after the devastation they have caused canetoads have not caused an extinction of a species,however i just cut and pasted this:

    The European red fox(Vulpes vulpes) was introduced to mainland Australia as early as the 1850's. Since that time the fox has inflicted enormous impacts on the native wildlife of Australia, being implicated in the extinction of many native animals. Indeed, Australia's apalling record of mammal extinctions in the last 200 years - the worst in the world - is in no small part due to the fox.

    they are worried in tasmania as foxes have turned up there and if not eradicated early,say good bye to some very beautiful mammal species forever.

    further reading Parks & Wildlife Service - Foxes in Tasmania
     
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    we went hunting for rabits once we almost litearly shot one every time we went round a corner lol
     
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    Cleaning Out Bertha My Burmese Python.
    great looking RBBS and a good size to.
     
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    there is already enough poms here lets not invite anymore :)
     
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