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« on: 12.10. 2014 10:20 »
musky , what the hell are "king browns" I know brown snakes are dangerous don't tell us these are worse !  God knows how many thousands of miles away I am but can say defo your sheds safe from me!!just don' t go down there ***** looking for something it may find you, I hate snakes'!!! Bob.
 
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« Reply #1 on: 12.10. 2014 10:33 »
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what the hell are "king browns"

don't say just yet Musky - I'm going with a spider (big one obviously)
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Re: deadly back yard critters
« Reply #2 on: 12.10. 2014 13:10 »
Next time it rains I see if I can get a pic of one.
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Re: deadly back yard critters
« Reply #3 on: 12.10. 2014 13:19 »
RAIN ? - maybe an amphibian then - frog , Toad
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« Reply #4 on: 12.10. 2014 13:21 »
That's what they eat!
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« Reply #5 on: 12.10. 2014 13:45 »
They have been known to devour the odd drop bear too   *good3*
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« Reply #6 on: 12.10. 2014 15:58 »
Full circle back to the asp then
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« Reply #8 on: 12.10. 2014 21:14 »
AHA - got to the Venum bit and thought - whoa nearly back on subject
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« Reply #9 on: 13.10. 2014 10:43 »
AHA - got to the Venom bit and thought - whoa nearly back on subject

Whoa, we seem to have become a Velocette forum!  ;)
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« Reply #10 on: 13.10. 2014 11:36 »
That's what they eat!
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Musky, you need to go back to school.
Blacks eat frogs, toads lizards & small browns.
Browns eat rodents ground nesting birds and small marsupials .
Both seem fond of chook eggs if the nannas don't get them first.
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« Reply #11 on: 13.10. 2014 12:28 »
Next doors got chooks, and yes where there's blacks there usually isn't any browns. The red belly in my garage is fed well enough not to venture to the bottom shed.
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« Reply #12 on: 13.10. 2014 15:16 »
That's what they eat!
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Musky, you need to go back to school.
Blacks eat frogs, toads lizards & small browns.
Browns eat rodents ground nesting birds and small marsupials .
Both seem fond of chook eggs if the nannas don't get them first.

So what's been eating all the drop bears?   *????*
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« Reply #13 on: 13.10. 2014 20:00 »
Ok it rained yesterday, if sun comes out today I might catch a shot. Treading very carefully. I haven't seen the Redbelly lately, too big to be eaten by the Brown.
You may all think I'm kidding, I'm not. Brown's down the creek (back yard) and Redbelly in garage.
Hay WozzA, drop bear pie is nice in winter, especially nice tender young ones. *grins*
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« Reply #14 on: 14.10. 2014 00:06 »
And don't turn your back to these creatures either! 
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