some elapid picts

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  1. reptilefan95

    reptilefan95 Very Well-Known Member

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    bahahha faster than a speeding bullet ay superman!
     
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    the same speed jonno uses to dodge adders stew? :lol:

     
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    I taught him everything he knows.


    Stewart
     
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    She sure is! Like the colletts black too!
     
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    Wild Brown Snake Eating a Cunningham Skink.

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    Thanks Tim.
     
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    good pics acrochorus
     
  7. smacdonald

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    Great pics, Tim! Is there a story behind them?


    Stewart
     
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    Yea sure is, whent herping on my birthday during this times i was just getting over the chicken pox,, soo i was really happy just to get out of the house since i was stuck there without going Herping for 2 weeks, soo i went herping at this place were i go occasionally and there is a family of Cunningham Skinks that i allways check on, i whent and saw them because they are at the start of the walk, after seeing them i keept walking then came back when i did come back to see them agian the brown snake had one of the Adults in it's grasp, i was there for about 10 minutes whatching him eat the Cunningham, it was a really great experience to watch a snake in the wild eating something, will probably never have the chance to see that again. I really hope i do because it was awsome.
    Thanks Tim.
     
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    ssssnakeman Almost Legendary

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    Great pics Tim, your lucky day mate.
     
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    Gotta keep this thread alive... So I thought I'd add some shots of the first Collett's hatchie of the season :)

    Cheers,
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    nice collett's varanus 1

    here are some more.
     
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    red belly black snakes look the best
     
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    Is that shovel nose a captive? How do yo keep it alive?
     
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    nah its not a captive just snapped some pics of it before releasing it.
    beautiful little snakes. i believe coral's primarily feed one reptile eggs and small skinks. so i'd imagine they wouldn't be easy to keep.

    smithy.
    one more...:)
     
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    A new skin, thought i'd take a few pics.
     

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    A few more..
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    nice one baz looks like a tazy gold.....
     
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    The top few pics are a young Chappel island.
    Under that, the first two pics of a young Tassie tiger from gold parents.
     
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    tazzy gold and a run of the mill tiger from tazzy.....
     

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    mmmmm... Love the goldies there guys,,, Very nice.
     
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