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Author Topic: Bali reptile rescue  (Read 2190 times)

Offline callie90

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Bali reptile rescue
« on: November 03, 2013, 01:04:07 AM »
Tonight we went on one of Bali reptile rescues night tours. It was incredible I would recommend them to anyone. We got to see and hold so much different stuff that we wouldn't have got the chance to without them. We saw and held retics, vine snakes, a monitor, chameleon ( which jumped on the person who doesn't like reptiles so he threw the torch and lizard), a barking gecko (which my brother got bitten by helping them to get it out the tree) albino cobra, slug eating snake ( forgotten what it's called), bronze back and an iguana. There might have been more but can't remember.
Will post some photos when we are back in Perth. The photos might not b fantastic I just got my good camera and first time taking reptiles other then a couple of my babies at home. We loved it might try to do another before we leave Bali.

 Thank you Bali reptile rescue.
2 x South West Carpet Pyphon - Gucci and Viti
1 x Pilbara Stimson Python - Versaci
1 x Woma Python - Armani
3 x Western Bearded Dragons - Male Lazi, 2 females Abbi and Pixi

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Offline Jules

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Re: Bali reptile rescue
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2013, 08:26:18 AM »
I got back from Bali 2 weeks ago and whilst there I walked out the restaurant only to see the bloke from the bali reptile rescue walking around with 2 huge retic pythons, so I managed to snap a few pics with me holding the rippers, was awesome!
I didn't realise they had such a thing that you did callie, next time I go ill def have to check it out.

Offline lithopian

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Re: Bali reptile rescue
« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2013, 08:43:25 AM »
The founder of Bali Reptile Rescue posts a fair bit on APS, and the tours are definitely something that I would like to do on my next trip to bali.
Tip of the trade... make sure that your partner is just as addicted to reptiles as you are! Then the only argument you have is "OK, but where will we put them?"

Offline callie90

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Re: Bali reptile rescue
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2013, 10:02:06 AM »
Was really good. will try post some photos.
im hoping to do another one before I leave
2 x South West Carpet Pyphon - Gucci and Viti
1 x Pilbara Stimson Python - Versaci
1 x Woma Python - Armani
3 x Western Bearded Dragons - Male Lazi, 2 females Abbi and Pixi

Soon to be a black headed pyphon hatchling and olive pyphon hatchling

Offline callie90

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Re: Bali reptile rescue
« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2013, 10:05:14 AM »
photos wont post will do wen I get home
2 x South West Carpet Pyphon - Gucci and Viti
1 x Pilbara Stimson Python - Versaci
1 x Woma Python - Armani
3 x Western Bearded Dragons - Male Lazi, 2 females Abbi and Pixi

Soon to be a black headed pyphon hatchling and olive pyphon hatchling

 

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