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Posted By arno_fug [Profile] [Photos] Category Gymnophiona
Original Filesize 368.3 KB Original Dimensions 2296 x 1640
Date Posted 1st January 2009 Number Of Views 9357
Number Of Comments 6 Average Rating 5.00
Title Typhlonectes natans
Description Feeding with axolotls pellets
File Name Sourire_Typhlo.jpg File Size 377181 Bytes
File Date 2009:01:01 12:05:02 Camera Make OLYMPUS CORPORATION
Camera Model C8080WZ Date/Time 2008:12:26 19:04:54
Resolution 2296 x 1640 Flash Used Yes
Focal Length 23.4mm Exposure Time 0.0100 s (1/100)
Aperture f/4.0 ISO Equivalent 125
White Balance Manual Metering Mode Spot
Exposure Manual Exposure Mode Auto Bracketing

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Image 11th January 2009
andymarchiando
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Typhlonectes natans

what is that?
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Image 29th March 2009
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Typhlonectes natans

Great action shot Arno. The teeth are very nicely visible.

Andy - this is a species of Caecilian, another branch of the amphibian family along with frogs and salamanders.
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Image 30th September 2009
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This thing is awesome how big do they get and are they docile?
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Image 11th October 2009
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It's the Loch Ness Monster : P
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That picture is so funny! it looks like it has a big overbite. It looks like a goofy picture of puff the magic dragon!
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