some elapid picts

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  1. shaye

    shaye Well-Known Member

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    Looking good mate
     
  2. Nice one steve
     
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    Thanks guys
     
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    October 9th 2010 (11).jpg October 9th 2010 (22).jpg October 9th 2010 (67).jpg finger-lick'in, if i had some! lol
     
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    Great pics of the KFC Dinner!! =]]
     
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    Dont have any problems feeding them together getarealdog?
     
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    No she (in the background) is coming up for a slough, eats mice,rats & fish but has'nt touched a chook yet. Always keep an eye on them just in case.
     
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    Some more elapid pics from some recent travels.



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    Carpentarian whipsnake (Demansia flagellatio). Caught by someone else on a snake call-out in Mt Isa.



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    Western brown snake (Pseudonaja nuchalis). Caught by someone else on a snake call-out in Katherine.



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    Greater black whipsnake (Demansia papuensis). Caught by someone else on a snake call-out in Katherine.



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    Greater black whipsnake (Demansia papuensis). Caught by someone else on a snake call-out in Katherine.



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    Greater black whipsnake (Demansia papuensis). Caught by someone else on a snake call-out in Katherine.



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    Greater black whipsnake (Demansia papuensis). Caught by someone else on a snake call-out in Katherine.



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    Lesser black whipsnake (Demansia vestigiata)



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    Northern small-eyed snake (Cryptophis pallidiceps)



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    Orange-naped snake (Furina ornata)



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    Orange-naped snake (Furina ornata)
     
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    That Orange Naped Snake has all but lost his orange colour on his neck. ;( don't they normally have a clear orange band accross the nape??
     
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    Nah they turn a pretty dark brown when they get a bit older, i don't think i've ever seen a large one that is still brightly coloured. Here's another one, from Ngukurr.

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    A few snakes I have caught out hear in Yulara N.T

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    Hi Dan,

    Do you have the NT snake catcher contract for the Yulara area?
     
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    How are you jonno?
     
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    I'm doing OK David, a bit sore after a wander through the bush this morning. How are you?
     
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    You big baby. Yea..I'm alright..can't complain.
     
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    Little Dajarra adder having some dinner-

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    Hi Johno,

    Yes I am one of the snake catcher here at Ayers Rock Resort
     
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    Nice little Dajarra Blakehose.
     
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