Show us your blue tongue lizards

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  1. Jr.HerpKeeper

    Jr.HerpKeeper Not so new Member

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    There all so cute! I don't have one (yet) but i will try and get a picture of my friends tommorow.:)
     
  2. Reptiles101

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    Thanks I give him a try, he tends to hoard hahah :D
     
  3. RoryBreaker

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    My first litter for the 2013/2014 breeding season of Kimberley phase Northerns were born yesterday.

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    They came from this pairing.
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    132 days since first mated.
    129 days since last mated.
    I didn't see when ovulation occurred.

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    RoryBreaker Well-Known Member

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    Came from this pairing.
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    This is how big she was last weekend.
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    125 days since first mated.
    124 days since last mated.

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  5. Demansiaphile

    Demansiaphile Not so new Member

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    Rory how long have you had those Northerns. They look great. Didn't get them from a bloke in Sydney did you?
     
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    I got them as newborns from a mate in Sydney. That pair of nt's will be 3 years old at Xmas. The prettier ones are yet to drop.......I'm going to be real busy soon. D'oh
     
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    Here's a recent one of Gizmo. He sloughed not too long ago.

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    Have had these two since December, they've settled in nicely! Astro sloughed recently, Ninja is due for one in the next week (didn't have a white underbelly yet in the below pic though). ;)

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    awesome love this thread!!
     
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    Grogshla i second that. Awesome thread. This one i used to have and regret selling it.
     

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    Current pic of Slink and our new 4ft enclosure :)

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    This big dude has made a home in my mum and dads work shed, mum leaves him water and fruit every morning he just comes and goes as he pleases, yesterday he invited one of his mates and had a little pool party in the water bowl when it was hot. He's an awesome, wild bluey I love him!![​IMG]

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    lovely critters wish i had more room for some of these
     
  13. RoryBreaker

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    Just another Kimberley Northern.
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    Freeloader Well-Known Member

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    Mate that is not just another kimberley northern. That is sensational.
     
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    The newborns featured in post #64 , now more than two months old.

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    Freeloader Well-Known Member

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    They are growing fast @Rorybbreaker.
    This is one of two richardsc kununurra form ( i think ) 2years ago that i used to have.
    Things change, like employment, and animals have to go.
     

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    Yeah, that looks like one of Richards. He has a bunch of those again this season.
     
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    Yep kunnanurras those ones
     
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    Centralian Blueys are one of my favs too bad they are class 2 license in NSW but i love the blue tongues you guys/girls are showing
     
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    Not mine, just a friendly fella thats taken up residence in my dads shed. Actually pretty sure it female, there's a recent influx of baby blueys in there too ;) my mum gives them fruit, vegies and water and they eat all the other critters in the shed. I love blueys [​IMG]

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