What's your holy grail of reptiles?

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  1. SKYWLKR

    SKYWLKR Active Member

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    Dont you mean "ah, um... meat, ah... meatosaurus's?" Now thats chaos!!
     
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    BredliFreak Well-Known Member

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    LOL

    Actually, I had a look through RDU and I saw a "few" things that caught my fancy: Pilbara Tristis, pellewensis, Varanus pilbarensis, glauerti and bushi. Also some of the depressa, and the strophurus elderi
     
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    aww my gosh, you are so brave having a saltwater crock for a pet, i am sure that they are great guard dog oops guard crock, no one would brake in your house for sure lol

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    what the, are you crazy lol

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    ha ha, i do not think you can not handle us, we are very hard to handle and ferrous, we are worse then a anaconda lol
     
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    BredliFreak Well-Known Member

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    Not as hard to handle as your grammar and spelling *puts on shades and grammar nazi cap*

    Crocs are awesome creatures, it would just be tricky accommodating them. Once a baby saltie tried to bite me on the nipple! It was a close call that's for sure
     
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    As far as Australian native, Tiliqua occipitalis — the Western BTS. :)

    Tiliqua gigas is the holy grail for me, and they are in the Oceania region.
     
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    [​IMG] this is the only picture i can find of her. Its about 7rs old and was taken just before i left Darwin...
     
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    BredliFreak Well-Known Member

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    What a beauty!
     
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    Wow! She's gorgeous! I've always loved crocs as babies but she is incredible.
     
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    Mine is :

    green tree python
    the black Mumba
     
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    BredliFreak Well-Known Member

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    Great pun ;)

    I personally prefer Jameson's mambas, I prefer the green
     
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