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  1. kamalktk

    Man Marries An Alligator

    'We love each other': Why a Mexican mayor married an alligator /and you thought your spouse was cold blooded...
  2. Erinaceus

    Victorian Grassland Earless Dragon

    https://www.smh.com.au/environment/conservation/earless-dragon-rediscovery-like-finding-the-tasmanian-tiger-20230625-p5dj9o.html A tiny lizard species described as the "most endangered reptile in the world" has been found in grasslands west of Melbourne in a development that scientists are...
  3. Dickydevo

    Iguanas In North America

    Does anyone have stories of o.o.p iguanas in Canada or U.S.A? Past or present. Richard.
  4. Yithian

    Battle Of Ramree Island

    Not being an expert on Crocodiles - Saltwater or otherwise - I find myself wondering: a) Is there a likely upper figure for a community or is this wholly dependant on food availability? b) Do crocodiles save food for later? Would there be a point at which they'd simply stop killing available...
  5. Timble2


    The Grauniad Tortoise realdolls!
  6. ramonmercado

    Snakes (General; Miscellaneous)

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/7896028.stm edit to amend title.
  7. feen5


    Interesting article from the BBC website. I've always found the pterosaurs the most fasinating of the dinosaur groups. Flying reptile mystery 'solved' The specimen belonged to the species Tupuxuara UK scientists say they have solved the mystery of why prehistoric flying reptiles grew...
  8. M

    The Hoop Snake

  9. M

    The Crocodile Thread

    Well if Alexius had said Sufi's ha mystic crocs I'd probably have signed up on the spot!!!! Source
  10. M

    Turtles: Oddities & Forteana (General; Miscellaneous)

    (Copied from the FT 181 thread) I thought you might like to see a picture of the stuffed Hanoi Turtle mentioned in this issue. Unfortunatly I didn't see the live creature. Apparently there was an image posted in or with this post, and it's gone MIA. Here is a substitute photo of the preserved...
  11. M

    The Alligator Thread

  12. escargot

    Crocodile Attacks

    Croc attack :eek!!!!:
  13. A

    Large Snakes

    The other day I saw a snake?Well thats not unusual,snakes are a common place item here,we cope with red belly blacks,taipans,western browns,bandi/bandis,black snakes and the usual tree snakes.I walk around with a length of chain attached to a wooden handle mainly for the taipans as they are so...
  14. A

    Tarn Turtle Terror

    Who's been eating our fish ? Fishermen fear that a ferocious reptile has been released into a South lakeland tarn, and it dining on ducklings and feastin on fish. For several weeks, anglers have noticed that fish stocks in Lee tarn, south of Coniston, are much lower than normal, and newly...