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Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: sf45acp] #228860 08/03/11 12:04 AM
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Susan and I went out to visit a friend who lives out near the Alamaha River swamps. Check out his Zombie Apocalypse Survival Hut. Great, now I have to make one.
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Susan was wondering how we will keep the beer cold.
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My Jeep knife (Browning) had rusted! The horror! I like to carry it because the sheath lets me conceal a big blade easily....and I like BIG blades.
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On down the trail we went...back to the cooler full of Bud Light. Gosh it's hot this time of year down here.
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Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: Horn Dog] #228861 05/04/12 04:19 AM
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There very old pictures that I've taken in the Australian outback of Dingo's hunting.

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Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: Trumby] #228862 05/10/12 12:11 AM
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Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: chuckles] #228863 05/13/12 09:11 PM
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A few of my Muk

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There's a critter hidden in there. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />

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Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: Trumby] #228864 05/13/12 11:18 PM
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Bonneville salt flats and floating mountains.

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Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: Trumby] #228865 05/16/12 03:30 AM
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Here's some more Aussie wildlife.

A close friend of mine, dead now from a snake bite. Mainland Tiger snake.

It was said that he had half blood, half snake venom in his veins. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />

Milking a Tiger

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Another fun snake, The Tiapan.

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A Chapple Island Tiger

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A Western Brown

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An unfriendly Tiger

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Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: Trumby] #228866 05/16/12 03:57 AM
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Seems like anyone handling snales like that is just ASKING to get bitten! <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/crazy.gif" alt="" /> I wonder how he would have done with an angry water moccasin. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smirk.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: Private Klink] #228867 05/16/12 06:34 AM
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Tiger snakes are probably the second most aggressive snake out here, the first being the Taipan, bother get very very cranky...!!!!!

Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: Andy the Aussie] #228868 05/16/12 07:13 AM
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Tiger snakes are probably the second most aggressive snake out here, the first being the Taipan, bother get very very cranky...!!!!!

This list suposed to be the top 25 most dangerous in the world.

Facts and Figures: World's Most Venomous Snakes
in categories: facts, figures, most venomous snakes.
Which snake species is the most venomous depends on the measure used. The average or the maximum venom yield from milking could be suggested, but these measures can be criticized as not reflecting the impact of a real bite. The measure generally acknowledged as best reflecting how dangerous a snake's venom is is that of LD50. The lower this number, the less venom is required to cause death. By that measure, the most venomous snake in the world is Australia's inland Taipan (Oxyuranus microlepidotus). The table below gives the top 25 species in order, their LD50, and their distribution.


Snake Species LD50* Distribution

1. Inland taipan 0.025 Australia
2. Eastern brown snake 0.053 Australia
3. Coastal taipan 0.099 Australia
4. Tiger snake 0.118 Australia
5. Black tiger snake 0.131 Australia
6. Beaked sea snake 0.164 Australia
7. Black tiger snake (Chappell Island ssp.) 0.194 - 0.338 Australia
8. Death adder 0.400 Australia
9. Gwardar 0.473 Australia
10. Spotted brown snake 0.360 (in bovine serum albumin) Australia
11. Australian copperhead 0.560 Australia
12. Cobra 0.565 Asia
13. Dugite 0.660 Australia
14. Papuan black snake 1.09 New Guinea
15. Stephens' banded snake 1.36 Australia
16. Rough scaled snake 1.36 Australia
17. King cobra 1.80 Asia
18. Blue-bellied black snake 2.13 Australia
19. Collett's snake 2.38 Australia
20. Mulga snake 2.38 Australia
21. Red-bellied black snake 2.52 Australia
22. Small eyed snake 2.67 Australia
23. Eastern diamond-backed rattlesnake 11.4 North America
24. Black whipsnake >14.2 Australia
25. Fer-de-lance >27.8 South America

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Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: Trumby] #228869 05/16/12 07:30 AM
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I USED to think I wanted to visit Australia. Now I'm not so sure! <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: SkunkHunter] #228870 05/23/12 12:59 AM
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20 0ut of 25 man i would be a nervous wreck, Ian now we know why you like the sxs shotguns so well.


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Re: Outdoors and Fieldcraft Photo thread! [Re: Marshall] #228871 10/04/12 02:00 AM
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0.025 ld 50 on #1, wow.


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