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Old 3rd March 2005   #1
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Old 3rd March 2005   #2
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very nice, what subspecies are they?



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Old 3rd March 2005   #3
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Nice_ looks like Salamandra s. gallaica



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Old 3rd March 2005   #4
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Yep they're gallaica!



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Old 3rd March 2005   #5
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Beautiful creatures! Just charming.



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Old 3rd March 2005   #6
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Thank you.xx



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Old 3rd March 2005   #7
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Compliments Gina_ wonderful and healthy animals



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Old 3rd March 2005   #8
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They look like they are coming on well Gina, must have healthy appetites they look very plump Click the image to open in full size..

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Old 3rd March 2005   #9
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Yeah they do,lol,very healthy,you should see the way they hoover up crickets!!



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