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Hi everybody!

This time an ''hello'' from the Netherlands!
I spotted the cam a few days ago and since then i've been wachting for hours... It's really awesome to see what happens over there from your seat! I just want to say thank you to everybody who have made this all possible! Eye-wink
I hope I will have a good time sharing experiences with other people on this forum!

(excuse me when you sometimes don't understand me, my English is not very good...)

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! Hi Martyn, , Welcome to Africam and the Boma, the waters fine and the natives friendly, just jump right on in, lol

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"cerinthe" wrote:
"Martijn" wrote:
[Dutch mode on] ( de naam is niet voor niets ''muurhagedis'' ) [/Dutch mode off]
Laughing out loud Laughing out loud Laughing out loud I just love it when I cycle past to see if I can see them all and that's exactly what I'm going to do now. The sun is shining and there's such migration of birds coming over and I'm going to have a look. Sad
Dont forget your camera! Smiling

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"Martijn" wrote:
[Dutch mode on] ( de naam is niet voor niets ''muurhagedis'' ) [/Dutch mode off]
Laughing out loud Laughing out loud Laughing out loud I just love it when I cycle past to see if I can see them all and that's exactly what I'm going to do now. The sun is shining and there's such migration of birds coming over and I'm going to have a look. Sad

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@ Cerinthe: Podarcis spp are very interesting lizards indeed. I've watched them during an holyday in Southern-France, and their behaviour is really amazing! I'm still searching for capitive bred from P. hispanica, but nobody breeds them ...

Martijn, it is not natural for them to be at this spot where I photographed them, you can see that in the website I attached. But, they seem to do it very well there. It's just how you see it.. They have an very high adaptability, and settle everywhere around human places. I never found an Podarcis spp. in the middle of nature; they are always basking on walls, created by human. [Dutch mode on] ( de naam is niet voor niets ''muurhagedis'' Eye-wink ) [/Dutch mode off]

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"Martijn" wrote:
@ Cerinthe: Podarcis spp are very interesting lizards indeed. I've watched them during an holyday in Southern-France, and their behaviour is really amazing! I'm still searching for capitive bred from P. hispanica, but nobody breeds them ...

Martijn, it is not natural for them to be at this spot where I photographed them, you can see that in the website I attached. But, they seem to do it very well there.

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Laughing out loud LOl and its not easy! you need the right heat and enclusres to keep the babies Safe! Maybe in the future but for now i am happy with one

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"Natascha" wrote:
Hey thanks! no he is my first i hope to have a bearded dragon when i have more space! and add on as i can afford and have time to do so!

No i havent bred them i think i will leave that to the experts Laughing out loud
It's not that hard... Eye-wink

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Hey thanks! no he is my first i hope to have a bearded dragon when i have more space! and add on as i can afford and have time to do so!

No i havent bred them i think i will leave that to the experts Laughing out loud

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"Vicki" wrote:
Welcome to the africam addicts club Martijn. Happy vieuwing. (en kijk uit voor je het weet laat je het ding zelfs s'nachts aan staan Eye-wink )

i'm afraid it's too late for that... The cam hasn't been off for 3 days Eye-wink .

@ Cerinthe: Podarcis spp are very interesting lizards indeed. I've watched them during an holyday in Southern-France, and their behaviour is really amazing! I'm still searching for capitive bred from P. hispanica, but nobody breeds them Sad ...

@ Natascha: Nice site, and nice iguana! Do you keep even more lizards, and have you breeded them?

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Welcome!! Enjoy the sight i hear you like Reptiles! Check out my baby's website!

www.myspace.com/iguanaiggy! I am part of an online forum all about reptiles!

Hopefully chat soon!

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