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Buckshot Bear

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My son has racing pigeons, this python got into the loft last night and ate one (you can see the lump) python was relocated safely a few kilometres away into the bush.

 

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Would have relocated it to the BBQ grill. As I don't think relocating is going to help since the python now knows where good easy meals await him.

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1 minute ago, Slapshot said:

Would have relocated it to the BBQ grill. As I don't think relocating is going to help since the python now knows where good easy meals await him.

 

He's relocated a few over the years and some have come back.

 

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2 minutes ago, Sedalia Dave said:

Shouldn't the title be Python Eating Pigeons?  :P

 

ROFLMAO off!!!!! I did think about that and said "Pancake eating kid" and thought that worked so went for it :) :) :) :) 

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Are pythons native to Australia or protected by law?

 

Pythons and to a lesser extent, Boas, have become a real problem as an invasive species in South Florida and especially the Everglades. RIght now, they have a bounty on them. If I remember hearing right, there's no season and no special stamp required for them either. 

 

If that one had ate my pet or sporting bird, he'd be a headless, dead snake that would soon be featured on my hat or boots.:ph34r:

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19 minutes ago, Cypress Sun said:

Are pythons native to Australia or protected by law?

 

Pythons and to a lesser extent, Boas, have become a real problem as an invasive species in South Florida and especially the Everglades. RIght now, they have a bounty on them. If I remember hearing right, there's no season and no special stamp required for them either. 

 

If that one had ate my pet or sporting bird, he'd be a headless, dead snake that would soon be featured on my hat or boots.:ph34r:

 

Yes, native to Australia and protected (all snakes are protected here even the real dangerous ones). 

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This thread title and Sedalia Dave's comment reminded me...

 

When I was a child, the folks took me to the zoo. 

 

Philippine Eagle | The Monkey-eating Eagle

 

I was confused by the Monkey-Eating Eagle. 

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If your son has "racing pigeons", the snake just did him a favor and got rid of 'Slow Joe'..... or would that be 'Slow Brandon'?

:lol:

 

..........Widder

 

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32 minutes ago, Widder, SASS #59054 said:

If your son has "racing pigeons", the snake just did him a favor and got rid of 'Slow Joe'..... or would that be 'Slow Brandon'?

:lol:

 

..........Widder

 

 

It was the oldest one in his loft. 

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18 hours ago, Buckshot Bear said:

 

Yes, native to Australia and protected (all snakes are protected here even the real dangerous ones). 

Your politicians are “dangerous”?

 

 

:P

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