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Old 01-17-2009, 10:43 PM
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WARNING ! Exotic Animals

Put warning incase some people can't stand creepy crawlies .. I personally had chills while doing PP on my 22" LCD at midnight with air cond on lol ... Anyway I'll be posting of Tarantula and Pythons ... quite close up .. so if you're weak hearted i suggest you do not continue on .. ( LOL sounds like my photos are damn bloody good ) .. no la just trying

Took this photos for my friend Kenneth who actually bought and breed these things. He has over 80 of these little ( maybe not little ) stuff ... and I think it's pretty interesting to photograph them .. Might go back for more In the mean time here is some to share .. Oh and yes .. C & C is always welcome for me to improve Thanks !!































1. Theraphosa Blondi (Goliath birdeater)


2. Cyriopagopus "sp blue" (Malaysian blue tarantula)


3. Lasiodora Parahybana "Salmon pink birdeater"


4. Python Regius "Ball Python"
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Fuiyoh..so exotic and so cute. I want to see one of those tarantulas on your hand and python around your shoulders
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aiyooo...geli lah...
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does the "birdeaters" get fed with birds ?

Nice Tak!!

need to go to ground zero to zoom into this amazing creatures. I think you need to mobilize the MP-E65 Crew (psst... can drop a msg at the Macro talk section)
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Old 01-18-2009, 01:33 AM
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Fuiyoh..so exotic and so cute. I want to see one of those tarantulas on your hand and python around your shoulders
u try 1st

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aiyooo...geli lah...
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does the "birdeaters" get fed with birds ?

Nice Tak!!

need to go to ground zero to zoom into this amazing creatures. I think you need to mobilize the MP-E65 Crew (psst... can drop a msg at the Macro talk section)
I think it does If it gets bigger la .. for now it's being fed with rats and things i think haha
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Must have a reason why they named it birdeater.
lol. Could be as huge as a size 10 shoe
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Old 01-21-2009, 11:58 AM
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creepy but cool. i like it. macro rulez
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Damn those creatures are awesome! But i get the goosebumps with snakes.. ughhh... *shivers*
Maybe those birdeaters eat small birds, like human bird?
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at first sight, i saw the topic was 'WARNING ! Erotic Animals' LOL!!

then i look carefully OMG!!! 'Exotic'!! LOL!!!!

i think my eyes a bit rabun or too much seeing errmm 'Exotic Movie'???.........

after see all the picture, now my eyes are getting better hihihi
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Must have a reason why they named it birdeater.
lol. Could be as huge as a size 10 shoe
probably ..

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creepy but cool. i like it. macro rulez
this is a macro joke for OM

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Damn those creatures are awesome! But i get the goosebumps with snakes.. ughhh... *shivers*
Maybe those birdeaters eat small birds, like human bird?
Awesome indeed man .. but scary also haha .. scared of snakes ar ? This 1 special for u ... it says to u haha

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at first sight, i saw the topic was 'WARNING ! Erotic Animals' LOL!!

then i look carefully OMG!!! 'Exotic'!! LOL!!!!

i think my eyes a bit rabun or too much seeing errmm 'Exotic Movie'???.........

after see all the picture, now my eyes are getting better hihihi
uh brader .. u need to move from erotic to exotic oredi la lol .. here's more to help ur eyes la

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