Ah I love it how people from the tropics get on there high horse when it comes to crocs. I'm quite aware of Berry Springs' reputation, and the dangers it can hold. This was only in early November when there had been little rain. As you would know, there are gates to block access to the Springs when water levels are low, as they were while we were there. It was all checked out before entering the water, but that is none of your concern. If the authorities would like to chat to me, they know where I live as they already have done so after my previous trip.
Anyway I'm not going to argue, I have no need to justify myself over the other points you have raised, as they are [FONT="]presumptuous[/FONT] and invalid. Think what you wish.
Don’t worry, we didn’t interfere with any reptile. Unless we were cutting there heads off with the shovel. That makes it alright, ask the authorities.
You may think I'm ruining it for other herpers, but you are ruining forums for people like me. I have had a gutful of the politics and jealousy that goes on within the reptile community and this will be my last post on here. I don’t know any half decent herper that actually posts on here anymore because of this exact reason. Reptile people are retards, and I hate this hobby that I am so passionate about, this is why now myself and so many others now just keep to themselves and their circle of friends.
But I thank you greatly for your concern Greeny, it is much appreciated.
Ah yes thankyou for taking those photo's Shane! Although they were taken with my camera, I'll give you credit
Jonno - cheers for that, didnt think it was official. A. praelongus they are.
As stupid as it sounds, according to NT Parks simply the act of moving an animal out of a dangerous situation (off the road) can be classed as interfering which was just something I wanted to make people aware of if they weren't already.
I am always safe around reptiles