Underwoodisauras milli

Discussion in 'Field Herping and Reptile Studies' started by Bloomster, Nov 10, 2011.

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  1. Bloomster

    Bloomster Active Member

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    Title explains picture.
    Feel free to add the ones you find in the wild.

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    That's a seriously health wild animal, nice
     
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    that is an amazing specimen where was it
     
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    Its tail is so big amazing photo thanks for sharing
     
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    All specimens are from and around the Goldfields, WA
     
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    Great shots, I love how high they get when they are on their tippy toes!
     
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    Awesome!!
    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Just wondering how long does it take for a hatchy thicky to get to adult size?
     
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    LOVE the head on that one snake123... AWESOME
     
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    at least 18-24 months...
     
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