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Newt/salamanders are back

kankryb

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These guys are back to breed in my pond, they are Lissotriton vulgaris
 

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Sdaji

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Nice!
Shame we can’t have them here in Australia.
Back in the 90s it was still legal in Australia. I used to keep and breed them, you'd still see them in pet shops etc. until about 20 years ago. They were lots of fun.
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These guys are back to breed in my pond, they are Lissotriton vulgaris
Awesome! I wish I had this in my backyard! You're very fortunate!
 

Pythonguy1

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Thanks but I would rather find bluetongues in my garden 😂you guys are the lucky ones
I'ts been a while since I've spotted a bluey around my place. Beardies and water dragons are the more common lizards. These are a few of the critters I've had in my backyard in the past months.
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Sdaji

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Thanks but I would rather find bluetongues in my garden 😂you guys are the lucky ones

The grass is always greener...

I have two species of Blue-tongueds here, as well as Tree Dragons (a cute Agamid, which I watch fighting over territory, dancing to attract mates, mating and foraging, from my bed and through the window from my desk. I'm not going to pretend it isn't awesome.
 

kankryb

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Just a few years ago they changed laws, now all 5 meter + snakes are not legal anymore burmese, rock, anaconda but we keep all aussie ones and Boas
 

kankryb

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But people can keep what they have till they die but no breeding, Wonder if it works in real life because I danes sell at shows in Germany and Sweden and no one to check here in Denmark, we have no licens for animals in DK only CITES
 
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