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Scott and Tie Eipper

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Meet our Critters....

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Frogs

Hoppy is a Magnificent Tree Frog, also known as the Splendid Tree Frog. They are a large species of frog, getting up to a length of approximately 106mm and can weigh in at 96gms. They get quite robust in the body. In the wild Magnificent Tree Frogs are found in Western Australia.  The call sounds like a deep "brrraaaaaaaawwwwwk"

Perry is a Peron's Tree Frog, also known as the Manical Tree Frog or the Emerald Spotted Frog. They are a medium species of frog, getting up to a length of approximately 65mm and can weigh in at 12gms. They get quite robust in the body. The colouration can vary, but they are commonly seen as a tan frog with small green dots.  In the night they will change colour going to dark brown with darker speckling, giving them a mottled appearance.  In the wild Peron's Tree Frogs are found in Eastern Australia- from Queensland to South Australia.   The call is a series of "aaarrrrccc"s which towards the end of the call turns into an noise that sounds like a twisted laugh.

Sweet Lips is a White-lipped Tree Frog, also known as the Giant Tree Frog. They are a large species of frog, getting up to a length of approximately 140mm and can weigh in at 95gms. They get quite robust in the body. The colouration can vary from a light to a dark green and also brown. The white lip will extend to the shoulder.  In the wild White-lipped Tree Frogs are found in Queensland.   The call sounds like a large dog barking.

Crocodiles

Freddy is our Freshwater Crocodile. Freshwater crocodiles are a relatively small crocodile. Freshwater Crocodiles are a shy species and have a more slender snout and slightly smaller teeth than the  Saltwater crocodile. The body colour is light to darkish brown with darker bands on the body and tail.   Body scales are relatively large, but underneath on the belly is incredibly soft.

Turtles

Geckos

Dragons

Skinks

Monitors

Pythons

Gutso is a blonde Spotted Python. He is named as he doesn't know when to stop eating, fingers includeded! The top of the body is dark or yellowish brown, with darker brown to black blotched markings. The underneath is white to cream. They are a small snake reaching a body length of approximately 140cms. In the wild they are found in  Queensland and New South Wales.  They are mainly  nocturnal.

Ashton is a Murray darling Carpet Python. They are a big sized python being able to obtain a length of approximately 220cms.  The colouration ranges from black, brown, grey through to yellow on the upper body and the underneath is white with grey or black markings. There are bands stripes and blotches that make up the patterning on the top of the body. In the wild they are found in Victoria, South Australia, Sew South Wales and Queensland.  They are generally nocturnal but will bask in the day.


Chad is a Western Carpet Python. They are a big sized python being able to obtain a length of approximately 270cms.  The colouration ranges from black, brown, grey through to yellow on the upper body and the underneath is white with grey or black markings. There are bands stripes and blotches that make up the patterning on the top of the body. In the wild they are found in Western Australia and South Australia.  They are generally nocturnal but will bask in the day.


Elapids

Brock is a Common Adder. The top of the body is reddish brown to charcoal grey with lighter crossbands. The lips are white with black or dark grey markings. The belly colour is similar to that of the lighter bands with darker flecking. The tail terminates in a soft spine that is white to yellow or occasionally black. They are a medium sized stocky snake with have raised scales above the eyes. They reach a body length of approximately 75cms. In the wild they are found in Western Australia, South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland.  Common Adders are nocturnal. 

Ra is a Barkley Adder. The top of the body is a sandy yellow to charcoal grey colour with lighter crossbands. The edges of the scales in these crossbands are much brighter.  The lips are white with smudged darker markings. The belly colour is similar to that of the lighter bands with darker flecking. The tail terminates in a soft spine that is white to orange or occasionally black. They are the largest of the Adders, reaching a total body length of approximaltey 90cms.  In the wild they are found in the Northern Territory and Queensland. They are mostly nocturnal.

Grumpy Pants is a Floodplain Death Adder. The top of the body is a sandy yellow to charcoal grey colour with lighter crossbands. The edges of the scales in these crossbands are much brighter.  The lips are white with smudged darker markings. The belly colour is similar to that of the lighter bands with darker flecking. The tail terminates in a soft spine that is white to orange or occasionally black. They are the largest of the Adders, reaching a total body length of approximaltey 90cms.  In the wild they are found in the Northern Territory and Queensland. They are mostly nocturnal.

 

Saf is a Pilbara Death Adder. The top of body is pale brown to orange with lighter crossbands, another colour phase is red with black bands and a black coloured head. The belly colour is similar to that of the lighter bands with darker flecking.  The tail terminates in a soft spine that is white or occasionally black. They are a small snake, reaching a body length of apporximatley 55cms in length. In the wild they are only found in the Pilbara, Western Australia.

 

Tiny is a Pilbara Death Adder. The top of body is pale brown to orange with lighter crossbands, another colour phase is red with black bands and a black coloured head. The belly colour is similar to that of the lighter bands with darker flecking.  The tail terminates in a soft spine that is white or occasionally black. They are a small snake, reaching a body length of apporximatley 55cms in length. In the wild they are only found in the Pilbara, Western Australia.

Carmine is a Peninsula Tiger Snake.  Their heads are usually grey or black. The upper body is coppery brown to black. The underneath is grey to black. Some populations are banded with thin white to cream bands while others are immaculate. They are a large snake obtaining a body length of approximately 120cms. In the wild they are found in South Australia. Carmine is a Kangaroo Island race.  Peninsula Tiger Snakes are diurnal.

Declan is an Inland Taipan.  They are also known by the names Fierce Snake, Small-scaled Snake and Western Taipan. Inland Taipains colour is variable, usually yellow to chocolate brown with black reticulations. The head is usually glossy black. Goes through a seasonal colour change being dark in winter to sandy yellow in summer. The underside is bright yellow with dark flecks. They are a large snake reaching a body length of approximately 200cms. In the wild they live in Queensland, south Australia, Northern Territory and New South Wales.  They are diurnal but can be crepuscular in hot weather.

Rastus is a Tiger Snake. Tiger snakes are extremely variable in both colour and pattern. The top of the body can be any shade of brown, grey, black or yellow, with or without cross bands. The belly colour is yellow to grey.  They reach a body length of approximately 170cms. In the wild Tiger Snakes live in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Rastus is a South Australian form, Mt Gambier to be precise.  They are usually diurnal but may become nocturnal in hot weather and during summer.

Tully is a Coastal Taipan.  Coastal Taipans are extremely variable in colour. The top of body can be any shade of brown, grey, black or yellow, some individuals have a reddish orange stripe along the spine that widens towards the rear. The head is usually lighter, often cream to white. The underneath is yellow to orange with or without red flecking. They are a large snake, they can have a body length of approximately 300cms.  In the wild they live in Queensland, New South Wales and Western Australia. We believe Tully comes from Tully in Queensland. Coastal  Usually diurnal but becomes nocturnal during warm weather.

RGB is a Coastal Taipan.  Coastal Taipans are extremely variable in colour. The top of body can be any shade of brown, grey, black or yellow, some individuals have a reddish orange stripe along the spine that widens towards the rear. The head is usually lighter, often cream to white. The underneath is yellow to orange with or without red flecking. They are a large snake, they can have a body length of approximately 300cms.  In the wild they live in Queensland, New South Wales and Western Australia.  RGB is believed to be from the the Cooktown area. Coastal  Usually diurnal but becomes nocturnal during warm weather.

One of our Eastern Brown Snakes telling us she is not in the mood for company!!!  We called this little lady Firecracker and she always lives up to her name.  To see more of our animals subscribe to our You Tube channel.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTE_s5ootO2xwGwoGnIY7oA

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