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Posted by Rob Carmichael on May 09, 2003 at 08:10:59:
In Reply to: a few more... posted by Kestrel on May 09, 2003 at 07:03:05:
WOW!! Thanks for the great leads. This is exactly what I was looking for and I have forwarded a few to the company making the fiberglass models. I'll keep you posted.
:oops found some more.. Here's a page of pics of the drier part of india, during and after brush fires.. but it may be of some interest.. It doesn't say WHERE in india this is though..
:and a few good photos of indian forest..
::Well, as i'm addicted to anything having to do with national geographic, i can probably help you out some.. my dream is to be hired on with nat geo as a photographer. ;)
::This one has nothing to do with herps, but rather the asiatic lions of india, and it has a good amount of little snapshots of indian forest. I've seen many many many documentaries over the years about india and burmese natural habitat thanks to nat geo, and can say it pretty much looks like what you see in that video..
::pic of indian forest
::and if you dig through this site, it may be of some help
::basically keep in mind mud, lots of roots and vegitation, streams, ponds and ALOT of ground litter. Hope this bit helps.. I hope to come out and see your project some day...