what do you prefer?

Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by wiz-fiz, Apr 25, 2008.

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what do you prefer?

Poll closed Apr 25, 2009.
  1. snakes

    66 vote(s)
    71.7%
  2. lizards

    19 vote(s)
    20.7%
  3. turtles

    7 vote(s)
    7.6%
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  1. wiz-fiz

    wiz-fiz Very Well-Known Member

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    which 1 is most popular?
    find out in 365 days!

    I prefer turtles


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    wiz-fiz Very Well-Known Member

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    theres a poll now!
     
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    Snakes :D although i have lizards , snakes are easier to maintain and care for
     
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    hornet Almost Legendary

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    i started off loving turts, moved to snakes now my pasion is lizards
     
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    wiz-fiz Very Well-Known Member

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    what you mean you have both there are 3 options?
    you have a snake and a trtle/lizard?


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    snakes and lizards.
     
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    wiz-fiz Very Well-Known Member

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    OK

    OH NO! turtles is Losing!:lol:
     
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    ryanharvey1993 Suspended Banned

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    like lizards mostly, only geckos, legless lizards and all skinks apart from the tiliqua genus. snakes are ok but only like colubrids and elapids
     
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    wiz-fiz Very Well-Known Member

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    whats a coulbrid snake and whats a hybrid snake?
     
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    Definately snakes but still like the others.
     
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    I keep a 2yr + 4month old kreffts shortneck boy.. Love him to bits! I don't have a snake yet, but from the two spotteds I've caught and relocated from the college.. I prefer snakes. beautiful animals.. Having said that, I really do love all reptiles (all animals in general, actually) each has their own appeal... for me, my turt has the best personality you could ask for
     
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    Hi Will,

    Colubrid snakes are from the family Colubridae. It's the dominant snake family in most parts of the world, but here in Australia we have only 10 or 11 species. The family's Australian representatives include common/northern/brown tree snakes, keelback, slaty-grey snake, and a whole bunch of aquatic and semi-aquatic species from northern Australia.

    A hybrid is an animal whose parents come from different taxa (i.e., groups of animals). It's most commonly used to refer to an animal whose parents are different species. If you mated a carpet snake with a scrub python the offspring would be called interspecific hybrids. If you mated two subspecies (like a coastal carpet and a Darwin carpet) you'd get a subspecies hybrid.


    Hope this helps,

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    Turtles got my vote.
     
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    lizards got my vote snakes are ohhok but i only like elapids and some sorts of pythons.
     
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    we need more turtle people on APS!
     
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    i love all animals but snakes are my main love.. there is no beating a beautiful RBB or GTP!
     
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    yeah but it is it isn't called Australian pythons and turtles is it but me personally i have nothing against turtles but im a snake person
     
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    Why 365 days?

    You're 'target audience' is probably going to be a little biased towards snakes Willia.
     
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    wiz-fiz Very Well-Known Member

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    coz it closes in 365 days and thats when we'll have the final results
     
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