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LisaFP Forest Treefrog
Forest Treefrog commented on by LisaFP Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa8 years ago

Beautiful Treefrog....You live in an amazing place, I can only imagine what that would be like! I've never been and I will one day go! My best friend has lived in Lesotho for 3 years working for the Peace Corps...she loves it, may not come back!

LisaFP Mozambique Spitting Cobra
Mozambique Spitting Cobra commented on by LisaFP Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa8 years ago

In someone's garage? I would faint....we have had Rattlesnakes, one was eating quail eggs in one of our breeding runs, he was thrashing about but couldn't squeeze back out of the nesting cages b/c of the egg he had eaten...your a brave soul!

LisaFP Sonoran coralsnake
Sonoran coralsnake commented on by LisaFP Nogales, Arizona, USA8 years ago

@Apple---I am a social worker (Child Psychologist) and worked at a children's hospital as a play therapist and I've seen untreated snake bites....terrible....many kids were flown in from Mexico which is literally down the road...

LisaFP Bumble Bee & Lupines
Bumble Bee & Lupines commented on by LisaFP New Hampshire, USA8 years ago

Perfect!!

LisaFP Sonoran coralsnake
Sonoran coralsnake commented on by LisaFP Nogales, Arizona, USA8 years ago

Interesting "false head"!! Red and yellow kill a fellow right? My brother had a coral snake on his front doorstep, he lives in a regular neighborhood, crowded with kids and bikes etc... Don't have to be in the country to see these I guess!

LisaFP Western tiger swallowtail
Western tiger swallowtail commented on by LisaFP Nogales, Arizona, USA8 years ago

Great colors.... 2.75-4 inches is big, great information too!

LisaFP Scorpion
Scorpion commented on by LisaFP Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa8 years ago

Your a brave man! I guess it didn't sting you?!

LisaFP Lion
Lion commented on by LisaFP Hlabisa Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa8 years ago

whoa....that's big...love this pic!

LisaFP Mozambique Spitting Cobra
Mozambique Spitting Cobra commented on by LisaFP Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa8 years ago

where was he?

LisaFP Lichen Katydid
Lichen Katydid commented on by LisaFP Panama8 years ago

Oh wow if I hadn't clicked on it I would have thought it was moss...great camo for a bug!

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