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    D,
    Thanks. That is one solid set of pictures.

    #309643

    :o I wonder did it get away or being swallowed whole?

    Rgds
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    :o I wonder did it get away or being swallowed whole?

    hey thanks Richard and Sharon for the appreciation.

    Sharon, the liz is already dead as a doornail…just that the snake seems to take a long time to swallow its prey…same for the olive sunbird prey below:

    http://besgroup.talfrynature.com/2008/09/13/oriental-whip-snake-having-olive-backed-sunbird-for-lunch/

    Long time ago I witnessed the same thing as James…that time the OWS let go of the lizard, hissed at me, and retreated into the bushes. :indifferent:

    #309654

    aiyo, :worried: tsk … tsk … tsk … the OWS has a big mouth and an equally big appetite!

    should I be worried when I see one? it is a venomous snake?

    Rgds
    Sharon

    #309709

    Wow! What a catch and great action captured. Thanks for sharing, D!

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    hi Ant, no problem. Glad to share…met James at AP nite macro the other nite. Hope you can come along for the next trip. ;)

    Sharon, I have read before that OWS venom is not toxic enough to harm humans….but whatever they say, better play it safe and dun get bitten. :(

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    Thanks for sharing.
    This is a very good catch.

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