Herptiles and more

Published: February 20th 2009
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After going bird mad when Gary the birdwatcher was here a couple of weeks ago, we have since changed our recent mania to herptiles (reptiles and amphibians) due to the arrival of a rather mental Swiss herpetologist called Conrad Mebert PHd. He is really a genetecist back home, but evidently has enough money to go on a mad snake frog spree in the Neotropics, catching as many things that creep as p... Read Full Entry

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Amazon Horned FrogAmazon Horned Frog
Amazon Horned Frog

the saddest beast in Amazonia
Conrad and the Tree BoaConrad and the Tree Boa
Conrad and the Tree Boa

This bloody boa kept using our museum as a toilet. We were always having to clean up after it, then conrad caught. this photo is taken right after it bit him.
Jack and the two riversJack and the two rivers
Jack and the two rivers

The confluence of the Tambopata and the La Torre at Explorer´s Inn´s port. Both rivers have swolen to a huge extent and washed away lots of land.

10th March 2009

so jealous! It all looks amazing! That Amazon horned frog is one strange looking mo fo xxx

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