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Nice pics Tom did that tristis have a laceration on it's leg. Those pine trees in the background of your tiger snake pic look very familiar
 
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Well done Tom, & thanks for sharing.

You must have spent a lot of hours in the field & driving finding some of these animals.
Yah Goannas are not as common as they used to be. Anyway best of luck for the rest of the trip & maybe the best is still to come.

Cheers
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Favourite bush tucker.....the echidnas , not Panoptes:)!
 

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4 months into the hobby and already photographing like a pro!!! You have some true talent ;)!

Ha, thanks, although I've been in the hobby for quite a lot longer than that. The '4 months' was in reference to that fact that I arrived in Australia 4 months ago, from the UK - we're travelling here for a year, before heading out to Asia.

Cheers,

Tom
 
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ahh your a good lad tom,wait til you get down here we wil have to go to some special spots
 

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Fantastic pictures. Thanks for sharing!
Please post more of your finds when you have the time.

All the best with the return of your gear.
 

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I was recently in the Brigalow, and found 14 panoptes.. Great photos Tom, be good to see what elese you see, defently great to see a seqld tiger.
 
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