some elapid picts

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  1. ssssnakeman

    ssssnakeman Almost Legendary

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    This tigersnake was in a school ground yesterday. Beautiful colours on it to
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  2. Nodrog

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    My baby spotted black(Pseudechis guttatus)

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    My common tiger (Notechis scutatus) while in Melbourne on monday my Female Tiger gave birth and squashed all but this little guy i was so devastated...
     
  3. That's a ripper Baz.
     
  4. getarealdog

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    Lifted their hide & thought they looked like Corn Snakes lol!
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  5. Definately Corn snakes, Nigel! Best to let me take all of them off your hands, for proper umm.....disposal. Oh... and any others that might be lurking about your place!!

    Looking very nice, mate:)!
     
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    Camooweal Male, 1 of uncle Roy's breeding from 2010. Would'nt keep still so fed him a rat
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    Some Dajarra's.

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    Me (the landlord) wasn't happy with 1 of the boarders 2day, made a mess in her accommodation & had these 7 wigglers overnight.LOL!

    On a serious note stupid me was taking advantage of the good weather at the moment & so was keeping the girls outside instead of bringing them in as now is the time they start dropping. Spotted a slug at 6.30 this morning & then a wiggler, caught all snakes up, mum in tub inside, other female also inside, & males put back into pit. Done me "man v wild" thing in the pit & found another 6 hatcho's. Mum is 12years plus & so far had 7live, 1stillborn & 8 "slugs". She's still got more to come? Not bad for a elderly girl. The owner of these is pretty stoked as he knows she is getting on in age. Will check the pit constantly for any hatcho's I may have of missed.

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    Cleaning & feeding time for 1 of my favourites, a male Kangaroo Island Black Tiger

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    Stunning animal!
     
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    What part of town did u find this one Baz???
     
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  12. Congrats, Uncle Nigel:)! Should be some real stunners there if Dad's anything to go by!!
     
  13. getarealdog

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    Yeah Richard, the owner wants to hang on to them to see what they turn out like.
     
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    Nice Golden Crown Chewy!
    I find they can be slightly dificult to photograph, this is a nice photo though. :)
     
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    some of my adders

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    All but 1 boarder gone back to owner, but I get the job of looking after the buds, let the games begin.
     
  19. A few from today of my ever growing girl:).
     

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    Very nice there imported_varanus

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    Boarders are now gone, spare pit, trio of Tassie Tigers
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    Got no idea what the climbing of plants is all about.
     
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