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- Apr 12, 2013
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What's that one native snake, lizard, invertebrate etc that you want to someday own but your skill, its care is slightly intimidating or its rarity is holding you back?
Green Tree Python. Tho i have bit the bullet and am grabbing my first this weekend.this is her...
You might need to move to Darwin for a few years. ...i held numerous salties and my mate now has one of them now.... and she is around 3.5mtrs long... miss her a lot at times... never trusted her tho eitherWould have to be a saltwater crocodile for me. Of all the Australian reptiles they would have to interest me the most. After previously working with them in a captive setting, they just demand so much more respect than any other reptile in Australia (coastal taipans and large monitors are up there though). Their behaviour is also extremely interesting to observe. Main thing stopping me from owning one is the current Queensland licensing laws and room for a large one.
Ah well, I think they maybe a species I will just have to settle with conducting research on.
May have to eventually. Will have to see what ends up happening after I finish honours next year and where I can get accepted to do research that interests me. May not be able to own then but I do get to look forward to hopefully spending a month trapping them next year for the study.You might need to move to Darwin for a few years. ...i held numerous salties and my mate now has one of them now.... and she is around 3.5mtrs long... miss her a lot at times... never trusted her tho either ������