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    Beautifull field days (october 2012)


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    You have been busy Linyera. What was the snake?
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    thanks Rushy , the local name is Curiyś .

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    Beautiful deer! Do you keep the capes?

    And what the heck is that thing just before the pig pics?
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    yes mate !!!! the animal is a capybara

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    Quote Originally Posted by linyera View Post
    thanks Rushy , the local name is Curiyś .
    OK so that is a species of Anaconda.
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    Did you get to eat the deer

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    Beautifull field days (october 2012)

    Quote Originally Posted by linyera View Post
    yes mate !!!! the animal is a capybara
    Giant rat!
    The others are aardvark?

    Cool photos anyway. I love snakes but would get told off for chasing them around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwijames View Post
    I love snakes.
    That is counter intuitive for most Kiwis KJ
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    That is counter intuitive for most Kiwis KJ

    My caddie would tell me off for going into the jungle to find my golf ball when I lived in Trinidad "Deh be tooo maany snakes in deh Mista James"
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    When the the missus and i were back packing up the east cost of aussie we stopped at Innisvale for a couple of weeks picking bananas. Every second bunch we grabbed had tree snakes in them we would rip the bags of the bunches back at the depo to hang them up and freak out when we were inches away from them, once we knew they were harmless wed grab them and chase the girls around with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwijames View Post
    Giant rat!
    The others are aardvark?

    Cool photos anyway. I love snakes but would get told off for chasing them around.
    Armadillos I think? Aardvarks are from Africa, means earth pig in Afrikaans! Capybara is the worlds largest rhodent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spudattack View Post
    Armadillos I think? Aardvarks are from Africa, means earth pig in Afrikaans! Capybara is the worlds largest rhodent!
    Yeah, Armadillo was what I meant. Cool looking critters. Would like to see one in the flesh.

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    Thanks, any animal that we hunt is exploited to eat, what we eat in my family and the owner and employees of the field where we hunt

 

 

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