Pseudechis australis

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  1. Dendrobates

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    The Kracken

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    Absolutely superb examples of some wonderful vens.

    I'm gobsmacked.

    I do need to restrain myself ven wise.
     
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    Next thing you know, we'll be getting pics of coastal taipans. Geez very brave
     
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    AROD lists the Mulga as having a maximum length of 2,500mm, and that one looks to be at least that in the photo. Scott Eipper's book states that they can get up to 3050mm. Do you have an accurate length?

     
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    That mulga was 2.7m well over a year ago so I'd say it's a bit bigger now.
     
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    is that a St george???
     
  8. Very light coloured Kimberley animal, I believe.
     
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    That's kraken (the monster from the deep). Mulgas and Tais are impressive but a giant squid would be a very interesting proposition.
     
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    Glad we have an unlimited amount of likes we can use as I think this thread would have just about exhausted all mine.

    Brilliant peeps.
     
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    The big one on the couch is a Darwin animal, the smaller ones are Kimberley's and the red ones are St George.
     
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