Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by JeffHardy, Aug 9, 2004.
The attached file is the summary of the NSW reptile keeper returns for 2004.
Thanks for this Jeff, much apprecated. Even though I am not in NSW I found it interesting
Am I right to say that these are just private keeper stat's?
If so, is it possible to see the stat's of what is being held in Public display's like zoo's? Or is that info not collated and available for public viewing?
very interesting neil good question i would love to know that but i dont think it weould be for public viewing
The stats are only private keepers in NSW. The zoos, fauna parks and mobile exhibitors are licensed under the Exhibited Animals Protection Act which is administered by NSW Agriculture. So I don't have access to the stats for public displays.
I think it sucks that more people keep DiamondXCarpets than any other pure Morelia.
Didn't realise there were so many Chondros in NSW
The records for M.spilota Carpet/Diamond Python aren't hybrids - the owners simply haven't specified which "subspecies" they have.
awwwwwwww i cant open it whyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
b u g g e r
Have you got Excell PK, it's in that file format.
yeh, more GTP than GTS
supprised only one guy has mangrove monitors
NCHERPS no i don't i have to download it again
yet another thing to download..
PK - just look for and download "Excel viewer"... smaller download and will allow you to open any excel file.
Can't be too accurate. The stats say that there is only 2 Perenties in NSW. I know someone who has been keeping 4 on licence in NSW for at least 2 years now!
There was only 7 more MD's bred than GTP's???????? That cant be right surely?
(OK i'll get in before someone else does - "yes, that is right. And don't call me surely") :lol:
I find it amazing to see how species of reptiles that are in captivity, and thats just in NSW...