Herping Namibia - 5 000 km's a photographic diary.

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Herping Namibia - 5 000 km's a photographic diary.

Post by mariquensis » May 26th, 2018, 10:14 pm

It's been far too long since I have posted any field herping updates - sometimes life gets in the way. At the end of 2017 I embarked on a massive field herping trip with good friend Francois Theart here are two reports of our trip with teh third still to come.


Part one is here: http://www.tyroneping.co.za/namibia-2017-part-1/

Part two is here: http://www.tyroneping.co.za/namibia-gre ... re-part-2/


Please enjoy!

- Tyrone.

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Re: Herping Namibia - 5 000 km's a photographic diary.

Post by Jimi » June 11th, 2018, 2:13 pm

Please enjoy!
Boy did I. Those were awesome, thank you.

I really liked the horned adders. That grey one - wow. Is that color variability standard for them in any one spot, or do they usually have a certain characteristic "look" in a given spot? And that one spot you went to was odd?

Thanks again for the pics but especially the narrative. For whatever reason (pearls before a swine? ha ha) I have little desire to herp in Africa. Your offerings stir some feelings...oh those little Bitis!


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