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Green Tree Python

Discussion in 'Non-Bikes' started by Tahlia1989, Nov 9, 2011.

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    Tahlia1989
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    Here's some pics I took of friends Green Tree Python:


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    NiteKreeper

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    Gorgeous ain't they?
    I'll never forget walking outside for a smoke at Eagle Farm one day and finding a little one in the tree on the footpath - fast buggers too...
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    Tahlia1989
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    They're amazing, apparently their teeth are massive. I don't have a green yet, maybe one day. Until then I have 8 other pythons to play with :)
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    JimmyD
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    it looks like something that you could eat, but its probably not wise to try.
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    Tahlia1989
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    Lol, probably not, I think the snake would take a chunk out of me :)
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    minglis

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    They are stunning. Just amazing.
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    ametha elf
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    They really are beautiful.
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    Uncle Greg
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    Uncle Greg Hmmm Vendor

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    ive only got 1 too play with
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    MT1
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    no-one wants to play with mine
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    MT1
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    and do be careful Tahlia. snakes are dangerous

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