Thailand 2011

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Re: Thailand 2011

Postby Mourits Løvholt » Thu Aug 04, 2011 8:59 pm

Thanks, Gabriel! :)

The svimming pool was located just next to the River Kwai, so it isen't that strange :)

But those monitors, some up to more than 3 meters, lives inside parks in downtown Bangkok! A city with almost 10 millions of inhabitants! Hundreds, if not thousands of people visits some of those parks everyday! Jogging, exercising or just playing around next to the big lizards. And guess what? Those monitors doesn't give a d..n! :shock:
How cool is that? :D
Wish we had some herps in that size here in Denmark! But if so, I would have to replace my macro with a wide-angle for close-ups!! ;)

The park in this video, is the park I've visited the last couple of times I'd been in Thailand, look how great it looks :P :

http://www.necn.com/Boston/World/2009/0 ... 11230.html
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Re: Thailand 2011

Postby Gabriel Martínez » Fri Aug 05, 2011 3:32 pm

Sorry Mourits, I hadn´t read your response.

Wow!!! Absolutely great! It´s incredible. In Spain in the urban parks we can see dogs, cats and if you are "lucky" a fu**ing Trachemys :(
In Israel is similar with Tryonix, but monitors are cooler!
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Mourits Løvholt wrote:Wish we had some herps in that size here in Denmark! But if so, I would have to replace my macro with a wide-angle for close-ups!! ;)


And you should also buy for them a big heating apparatus for the winter or allow them enter in your home, but I´m not sure your family was good with these dinosaurs at home :lol:
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Re: Thailand 2011

Postby Mourits Løvholt » Sat Aug 20, 2011 2:53 pm

Haha :lol:
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Re: Thailand 2011

Postby Pierre-Yves Vaucher » Wed Nov 09, 2011 9:47 am

Hi Mourits,
great great pictures, thanks !
For the first one ... I dont know what is it but its not kaloula
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Re: Thailand 2011

Postby Wouter Beukema » Wed Nov 09, 2011 4:33 pm

I missed this post, very nice! Pierre is right, the frog on the first picture is a Microhyla for sure; could well be a dark M. pulchra, though I'm not 100% sure.
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Re: Thailand 2011

Postby Mourits Løvholt » Tue Dec 27, 2011 10:50 am

Thanks guys, I'm sorry that I haven't seen your answers before now!'
It is a kaloula, it's just a skinny youngster I think
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