some elapid picts

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  1. gozz

    gozz Subscriber Subscriber

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    Very nice peter wookie i really like the colletts
     
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    Thanks Mate pitty my Camera skills (none at all) did'nt get nice a shot, he is a Beautiful Boy
     
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    Peter great adders, and congrats on the swear word in your sig! You can't even spell c o a r s e on this site without it censoring it yet you can put bull***** in your sig? Hahaha
     
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    Going right back to pg.128...I would really like to know what camera and any other equipment you maybe using 'Beautifulpythons' for these photographs?...

    The pics and animals are nothing short of exceptional!

    Cheers...

    Wayne
     
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    I know i have shown these guys before but they are really taken off they all got there own attitudes
     

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    some good photo's lets see some more wellsi
     
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    our Chappell island tiger, anyone got a female? :?
     

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    Here is a couple of pics of my two new mulgas. A alice springs and a st george male for my female later on in life. The alice springs was keen to show off and bit my table in the snake room.
     

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    lucky it was the table now Percey ;) beautiful snakes people but you lot already knew that now
     
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    Haha yeah, he must just like wood lol
     
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    dont all males enjoy getting wood? :)
     
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    Haha yeah getting wood but not chewing wood lol
     
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    Damn I love WA tigers.
     
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    thought I might add a pic from one of my last website projects.
    Enjoy.

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    Nice looking common nice size to what locality is it ?
     
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    May I ask you, as a non-Australian, how you can see that it is antarcticus and for example not praelongus? I really like your death adders over there in Australia but for someone who don't live over there it is sometimes pretty hard to see what kind of snake it is at the picture :)
     
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    Wow, there are some amazing creatures in here...and fantastic shots!!!

    But i must say, you folks are insane :lol: :lol:
    I wouldn't have the guts to keep something that could so easily kill me...let alone handle one!!
     
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    I may as well throw up this pic...happy girl :)

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    I can't pick them from each other. Don't worry you aren't the only one lol.

     
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