This little bub found @ work

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  1. The_Geeza

    The_Geeza Suspended Banned

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    Was sus at first and the pic is crap but pretty sure as common as muck round here being a Marsh Snake..plz correct me if im wrong...cause pic so bad it was a nice olive colour with yellow cream stripe across mouth going down under body and small thin head with sideward eyes...was found on a coir peat area after a good shower and only 2 mins from the reptile park lol:lol:
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    Maybe take it to the reptile park? See if they can ID it? They might have an escapee? ;)
     
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    2 yrs ago i picked up a hatchie RBB that was in out pit at work....i let it go on a mud/rock pile that was a safe haven with holes etc..... this pile had been untouched for yrs but 1/2 hr after our BOB CAT driver removed the pile...iwas not a happy chappy!!!!!!!!!....of all the chances jeeeeeezzzzzzzzzz
     
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    spotted python, can tell from the lack of awesomeness
     
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    Whats wrong with Spotteds? They are awesome snakes.

    Not sure on the I.D, but as CR said, maybe take it to the reptile park so they can I.D it for you :)
     
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    Looks like a deadly Bredli.
    to me, put I'm no expert
     
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    Hard to tell from the picture but yes, its looks and sounds like Hemiaspis signata.
     
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    Ok Pic was not that good but jeeezzzz u should know a friggin GTP when ya c 1!!!!!!!!!!.....gota say tho im happy that its so fat showing the wildlife round here must be thriving8)

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    Next time i take a pic of nature im guna throw me ****ty IPone close enough so i get tagged then when i come out of hossy a week later thennnnnnnnnnn i can confirm it was a EB :facepalm: :facepalm: :facepalm:

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    Bloody Latin
     
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    If you do not think spotted pythons are awesome, I have a vague idea where you might be going when you die.... :twisted: hehe
     
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    What are you talking about? Spotteds are awesome!!!! :D
     
  11. -Peter

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    bloody ingrate...
     
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    Nothing wrong with spotted macs. Mines the only snake I've seen with a red tongue...
    PB190078.jpg

    Sorry no identification input as I'm an amateur....
     
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    what ever it is its pea'd itself !
     
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    fourexes- Ur spotted python to me looks like a childrens python, ive also noticed that childreni have abit more pink/red to their tongues then spotteds, at least thats what ive noticed...only my opinion tho :)
     
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    Thanks for the input Albino93, it was sold to me as a spotted and seems a bit bigger than a childreni but I'm far from experienced. He definitely needs a diet though. He is 6 years old and barely longer than my yearling water python, just fairly girthy.
     
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    Yeh he does look a little chubby lol im sure he's not complaining tho ;)
     
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    U lost me????.. Carefull on yur response...

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    Y would I sound un gratefully when most people on here have to google the Latin to convert to the common.... ? Plz don't be smart we appreciate yur input ...
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    I think he was just joking in reference to the fact that the language you're typing in right now was derived from Latin so you saying "bloody Latin" in a language that was built off it makes you an ingrate. I could be wrong though...
     
  19. -Peter

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    Dont you feel silly.;)
     
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    haaaahahaha damn thats an epic thread bomb! Your troll is strong young one!
     
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