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Mythical

Regular (50+ posts)
#4
My friend Emma and her fella Phil will be right over with a pith helmet and a large net. (They're both snake-mad and would LOVE a snake that was big and brave enough to eat a whole wallaby!!)
 

yorkie67

Div CA, GIC G, GIC R
GuiderPlus
#6
oooh I dislike snakes........................................................................... thank you!

hope to find none of these when I pop over!
 

bubblesaus

Veteran (100+ posts)
#7
If it helps, most of our scariest creatures tend to be out of the way...

unless its box jelly season in the top-end...

or its the middle of summer near a bush reserve (like the friendly scale-y slithery friend I met yesterday morning)...

or you are unprotected in a dropbear zone...

or your thinking about a dip in a top-end watering hole...

but most of the other times the scary things are out the way! :)
 

yorkie67

Div CA, GIC G, GIC R
GuiderPlus
#8
If it helps, most of our scariest creatures tend to be out of the way...

unless its box jelly season in the top-end...

or its the middle of summer near a bush reserve (like the friendly scale-y slithery friend I met yesterday morning)...

or you are unprotected in a dropbear zone...

or your thinking about a dip in a top-end watering hole...

but most of the other times the scary things are out the way! :)
I hope not to find anything in July/August time!!!! This will be my first Winter in Australia as have always gone in Spring/Summer time!
 

bubblesaus

Veteran (100+ posts)
#9
Just thought I'd add to the amusement...

Apparently our cute little frogs are not so cute, and like to eat venomous snakes as a past time....

Though I do believe this does not apply to the "Fredo" variety, and they are highly unlikely to contain a filling of poisonous snake