The Black Gheko!

StevOz

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Not sure how it got in down the chimney somehow.

So a few snapshots, then I brushed and panned the beast to the yard outside.
 

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StevOz

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Don't do insurance or cars for that matter, I'm too manly for imaginary safety nets and I don't need a 2 ton toxic killing machine to get around. If I can't get there via my ebike, then I'm most likely not going there, maybe a bus if needs be that happens maybe 2 or 3 times a year.

Though I did have to roundup that gecko and send it to the wild, the beast would have starved to death indoors.
 

Ike Savage

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@StevOz,
Ooh wow, am I jealous.

Hey, question-- how many poisonous critters do folks in your town have to deal with on the regular?

I'm guessing it's nothing too crazy in the suburbs of a big city, but maybe I'm wrong?
 

Ike Savage

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The two most common lethal species would be the dugite in summer and the red back spider.



Also my city is actually rather on the smaller side with a population of about 80 000.
Dang-- NICE ONE!

So, I actually remember playing with one of these suckers when I was 6yo, along with Raven, my best friend. We were kids... invincible! Not to mention, it was fun! And that's what always mattered, of course.

EDIT: No, the SPIDER, not the SNAKE. Sorry, I mixed them up just there. :/
 
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