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Thanks. He's smiling in the second photo.
If you want to link it to your spotting I would be very happy..
Oh I can just see that... and hear it!! Poor Boof. Would you mind if I linked to this spotting? It is so unique, and shows the species in way many would never have seen. I find it quite captivating.
:) Boof had one hanging on this nose once.. $ 200 Vet bill..
A mate I was living with some years ago had a couple of foxies, and they were the same with blue tongues and possums. But like yourself, I rescued many. My cats have a stand-off with the blue tongues, but it always 'look but don't touch'. They'd know if one latched on, that's for sure. This is an awesome photo, Chris. I have never seen the teeth so clearly. They would do some damage!
Thanks Neil.. Sadly I can not get my dog to love this guys.. but I have rescued most of them.. :)
Brilliant, Chris. I've never had to get close enough to hold one. Great spotting, and I'm glad you were there to rescue it. This fellow's species is P. barbata.
DST, please if you agree with a species that has already been suggested do not suggest it again. Simply click the + sign (on the +1 or the +2, etc) on the first suggestion.
Big smile for the camera... :D
Pogona has a lovely smile! :)
Smile! HA! Open wide. HA! LOL! Great! :)
amazing! great series
Wow I have ever seen one with that color nice find!
Great another one with a name!! Pogona lives in the Iron bark tree,,
Lat: -25.18, Long: 151.65
Spotted on Dec 11, 2010 Submitted on May 11, 2011
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