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Reptile Awareness Day & a back tour of the herp building...

Post by herpseeker1978 » November 11th, 2013, 11:57 am

at the Rio Grande Zoo.

Reptile Awareness Day:

Sand Dune Lizard display:
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American Alligator:
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Cockatoo:
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Josh giving a talk about Komodo Dragons:
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Banded Rock Rattlesnake:
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Crocodile Skink:
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Talk about snakes:
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Some herps from the displays:

Mexican Lance-headed Rattlesnake eating - thanks for the ID Tuataurifer:
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Green Mambas:
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Back area tour

Mangrove Snake:
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Cobra:
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Chinese Alligator:
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Komodo Dragon:
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Narrow-headed Garter Snakes rescued from the Gila National Forest in anticipation of being choked out by the ashes from the fires upstream. They are trying to breed them. Most will be released when conditions improve:
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Cobra:
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Thai Bamboo Ratsnake:
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This Desert Tortoise was wandering around the break room:
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Rhino ratsnake (Rhynchophis boulengeri) thanks for the ID gila-91:
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Thanks for looking!
Josh

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Re: Reptile Awareness Day & a back tour of the herp building

Post by Sam Bacchini » November 11th, 2013, 12:02 pm

herpseeker1978 wrote:I can't remember what kind of snake this is, but it is really cool!:
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Rhino ratsnake (Rhynchophis boulengeri)

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Re: Reptile Awareness Day & a back tour of the herp building

Post by herpseeker1978 » November 11th, 2013, 12:19 pm

gila-91 wrote:Rhino ratsnake (Rhynchophis boulengeri)
Thanks!
Josh

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Re: Reptile Awareness Day & a back tour of the herp building

Post by Tuataurifer » November 11th, 2013, 7:00 pm

and the rattle snake is a C. polystictus: cool post, haven't made it out to that zoo yet. Looks like they have a decent collection.

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