Oenpellis

Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by FAY, May 10, 2013.

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  1. FAY

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    A couple more of these magnificient animals have been found.
    Gavin Bedford should be very happy.
     
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    Links etc?
     
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    Not sure if I am allowed to put up links.
     
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    Come on Fay, your a Moderator, We'll bend the rules for you just this once ;)
     
  5. Yay hopefully one day they will be as available roughies now are.
     
  6. FAY

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    Not worried this end, not sure if they want me to. It is a member on here Gordo, but just cannot remember his username. Gordo from Darwin.
     
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    I wish I had a spare 15K. :(
     
  9. FAY

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    That is him Rob...thanks
    They found a girl....a while ago, they Just found a big girl..and the other night found a young male and another one (sex unknown)
     
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    I'm not that much of a fan of them yet but it will be good for the hobby and they may grow on me. All the best to those involved.
     
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    Anyone feel like lending me a measly 15k :) lol. Can't wait for the year that these beauties become available to the rest of us.
     
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    Wonderful news about the male!
     
  13. FAY

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    Last one is a girl. Young lad is going to be busy LOL
     
  14. FAY

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    With permission from Gordo, this is the young male they found.

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    The permit is for 4. Does that mean one goes back?
     
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    Isn't that only 4? 3F 1M
     
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    so in the next 10 years we can all have one??
     
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    cool, i love oenpellis pythons, they remind me of over grown childrens pythons. i hope he breeds them soon, but i will wait about 10 years till the price is more affordable unless i win lotto.
     
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    Brilliant news Fay! And please tell Gordo to come back to the forums as he is sorely missed!
     
  20. solar 17

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    l for one think its great news and cant help but think before the critics jump in, we might have Tasmanian Tigers if someone had have started a breeding program and to a lesser but far more up to date thinking what about Womas $2500.00 each approx. 12 years ago and "roughly" $400.00 each now for hatchies now but "unusual" in the wild especially in QLD. and will become more so with the Coal Seam Gas and by that l mean more water available to their predators so more scavengingl but thanks to modern day keepers they will always be around .....just saying solar 17 (Baden)
     
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