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trollololol? if not, snowman has given you everything you need to know.
unfortunately there seems to be a few here that try and make you feel like a dummy, fortunately the majority of people here are very intelligent, helpfull and thoughtfull people who go out of their way to help you, your question is 1 that a lot of people would ask if given the opportunity to do so without getting made to look stupid, i too thought the regulations in FNQ were a bit more lenient towards wild caught reps, but by you asking your question 'I' found out it was not so by the helpfull inclusion of that part of the wildlife act that snowman thoughtfully included for "our" benefit, like with alot of other things it is just a matter of holding your breath and sorting the wheat from the chaff........................................................Ron
What are you getting Armo6?
Taming wild snakes !!! Ive caught and relocated wild pythons that were calm compared to some of the beasts ive got here...Considering you dont no much about snakes its not a good idea catching ANY snakes unless your 100% certain,even then its illegal !! Ive been trying in the last few years to tame some of mine..however they dont listen to me..I may even stop feeding them until they do listen to me...
not trying to be a smarty pants here but does that mean all QLD "backyard" breeders are contradicting this? I assume it goes on to approve said breeders tho..[h=3[COLOR=#ff0000]you can legally acquire an animal that has been bred in captivity from an authorised reptile dealer[/COLOR].
You won't find anything too exotic here as all exotics are illegal in Australia with no exceptions. Good to see you soaked up the advice and have done the right thing. Karma has rewarded you tenfold with some beautiful Spotteds! Wonderful snakes goodluck.
if its a wild childrens you may have trouble feeding it dead mice
nice find though id love to see childrens in the wild lol or the workshop floor