Nov 10, 08:54
Oct 29, 00:41
‘Snappy Feet’ airs this Sunday on 60 Minutes - I'll be watching! http://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/real-life-%e2%80%98mick-dundee%e2%80%99-confronts-croc-who-almost-took-his-hand/ar-AAuaCxc?li=AAgfLCP&ocid=iehp
Oct 23, 11:15
This is pretty sweet! Trying a new substrate idea. Thoughts? Video cred to @jdrrising on IG for filming during my photoshoot.
Oct 06, 05:58
What a monster, pity it's not still living http://www.msn.com/en-au/news/world/giant-python-attacks-indonesian-man-before-being-eaten/ar-AAsVqHg?li=AAavLaF&ocid=spartanntp
Sep 30, 07:06
These crocs are comparatively like ants chewing on a big steak http://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/crocodile-feeding-frenzy-on-huge-kimberley-whale-carcass/ar-AAsB0r9?li=AAavLaF&ocid=spartanntp
Sep 26, 09:27
It would be very cool to release just born sea turtles.. http://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/baby-sea-turtles-released-off-darwin-beach-in-front-of-hundreds-of-spectators/ar-AAst8bz?li=AA4Znz&ocid=spartanntp
Sep 23, 13:07
The stupid actions of a few can create a huge issue for the majority! http://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/crocodile-shooting-will-cause-dangerous-and-increased-croc-activity-for-years/ar-AAsmRdi?li=AAabC8j&ocid=spartandhp
Sep 22, 02:12
Talk about snakes galore! I NEED A ACCURATE COUNT LOL ! Southern Manitoba, The Canadian Garter Snake have came out of hibernation in what is called a mating ball. These balls contain as many as 20 thousand snakes per ball with 100 or more males for every female. This Phenomenon has become a major tourist attraction in Manitoba ! Please Share, Thank You !
Sep 01, 23:48
This is very neat! Tiny little Waxy monkey feeding 😍😍😍 cuteness overload 😘😘 For more info please follow me on IG: michael_gekkota
Aug 24, 11:59
For those in Gippsland Victoria. It's time to start getting excited! Spring’s not sprung but snakes are looking for sun There’s a hint of spring in the air and snakes are starting to wake up after their winter hibernation as the weather gets warmer. Keep an eye out, be aware and leave them to enjoy the spring sunshine. Tiger Snakes and Lowland Copperheads are more common near the coast, while Eastern Browns prefer the drier areas. In Gippsland, the Red-bellied Black Snakes are also common. If you live in an area with snakes please remember: • If you see a snake - keep calm and try to move yourself, anyone with you and your pets away from the snake • Never touch or attempt to capture or hurt snakes – instead call DELWP on 136 186 for further advice, or call a licensed snake catcher if the snake cannot remain where it has been found • Have a spring clean - clean up around the house and cut lawns regularly – snakes are attracted to shelter such as piles of rocks and timber, sheets of metal, or building materials • Undertake or update your first aid training, ensure your first aid kit contains several compression bandages, and if someone is bitten, call 000 immediately • Snakes are protected under the Wildlife Act 1975. It is illegal to capture, kill or harm them. Bites can occur when people try to kill snakes.
Aug 17, 08:51
Aug 14, 11:00
Nice one! Small gesture of kindness, can mean the whole world for someone! 🌅 Credit: Newsflare
Aug 10, 10:39
It's funny when people are so scared of a snake that is not real Going up on a Tuesday 🐍😂
Jul 30, 11:21
Had to share this! LOL! Credit: Scott Hilburn The Reptile Report is made possible by ShipYourReptiles.com
Jul 29, 10:22
Can't blame a croc for wanting to be in there! http://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/crocodile-forces-closure-of-popular-top-end-swimming-hole-near-darwin/ar-AAoZXBU?li=AA4RE4&ocid=spartandhp
Jul 25, 10:20
He probably cant eat this cow in one go, but looks like he could. http://www.msn.com/en-au/video/watch/monster-crocodile-eats-cow-it-dragged-off-river-bank/vi-AAoKvhE?ocid=spartandhp
Jul 23, 03:22
Jul 19, 11:34
I'd hate to be a cricket! OMG 😱 tag a friend and don't say anything
Jul 16, 00:59
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Jul 01, 00:21
Yikes! This poor snake was found on the Gold Coast, and was covered in ticks. It took vets approx 45 minutes to remove them all. The snake is apparently doing fine now. Thankfully it was found by a caring person! Credit: Straddie_Ranger The Reptile Report is made possible by ShipYourReptiles.com
Jun 23, 11:09
That is an awesome effort! Great job to this bloke!! “While driving home from work we saw the alligator on the median. Pulled over, caught it, and brought it home to release it back to the bayou. That way it wouldn't get killed or cause a bad accident...” Credit: ViralHog
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