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Re: You are killing us!!! Are you in the US? np


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Posted by Pennebaker on March 13, 2003 at 10:25:22:

In Reply to: Re: You are killing us!!! Are you in the US? np posted by expansa on March 12, 2003 at 16:23:13:

Cool!
Oh man, those babies are breathtaking!
Real nice to have someone from Australia here--please keep making us water at the mouth with more photos!!!!
dana

:Hi, I'm sorry but I'm not in the U.S . We live in Sydney, Australia. I wish we could trade with you guys!

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:Regards,
:Craig L

:::Hi Joey, This is a photo of me holding our 5 year old male Australian NT Frilled lizard. He is an average sized male. They can get up to 3Ft long including the tail. He is still growing and has a great appetite. He has a great nature and we had to work at it to get him to frill up. He sits on the dashmat of our car when we go for a drive and sits on my shoulder whenever we go out. He is as tame as the tamest beardie.

:::Craig L





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