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    Young Sambar stag


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    Grasshopper eating mint

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    Not a very impressive bit of wildlife at only 75cm long but very uncommon.

    This is a legless lizard called the Prachaup snake skink which is only found in the forests of Prachaup Khiri Khan.


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    Look what the cat brought home.

    Changeable or Oriental Garden Lizard Calotes Versicolor.
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    Sambar hind and Fawn.
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    This handsome chap was in the garden today. I see him regularly but today he just sat there and let me take pics. I think he didn't have the energy to move much as it rained all night and most of the morning so he hadn't got a chance to warm up.
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    Who says dragons dont exist ?



    Mountain Horned Dragon
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    The Dragon looks like he hasn't eaten for awhile. You should throw some food his way Birding.

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    Another of the deer species found in Thailand Common Muntjak.
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    Wild life ? (555)

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    I went out for a smoke. Was standing beside a small pawpaw tree, and, just above head height...
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    I have this little pond with Crawdads and fish and of course water plants and solar lights. This big Praying mantis has taken up residency now with the huge food source. I watch this big fkr take out a butterfly that landed on the flower.





    He loves the light...just waits



    Here is a close up. Piercing eyes they have and let me tell you, when they kick out those arms they are lightning fast.

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    Yesterday was out doing some yard work and this big bastard was flying around trying to take this caterpillar to its nest but couldn't pull it off.




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    Giant-black squirrel.
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    A swinger, just hanging around.



    Lars (White-handed) Gibbon female.
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    Another Sambar hind, she knows something is not right but not sure if its worth running from.
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    ^How beautiful! Reminds me of some of the deer that I saw when I was biking in the parks of Quebec, Canada. Where are all of these pics taken if you don't mind me asking?

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    Caterpillars as wildlife? Understand these shrub-shredding monsters are hawk moth caterpillars



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    This tree frog took a liking to my garage wall last night.




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    Crab-eating Mongoose.
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    We have lots of flowers blooming and today this big fella came buzzing in. I heard him 10 feet away as he circled. Every branch it landed on they sagged.




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    Looks like a carpenter bee. They drill perfectly circular holes in tree supports and get very annoyed when the gardeners try to change them,

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    Quote Originally Posted by toslti View Post
    Looks like a carpenter bee. They drill perfectly circular holes in tree supports and get very annoyed when the gardeners try to change them,
    I was curious and found it is actually this Mammoth Wasp: Megascolia Azurea. Interesting Article here. https://rcannon992.com/2017/05/18/hi...-a-giant-wasp/. Other sites state it is actually rare. First one I have seen in my 10+ years here.
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