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    Default Chicks and Eggs Thief....

    This fella invaded my chicken pens and stole a few eggs the previous week....

    last Sat morning, he was bedding under my Fruits tree picking up small frog, and insect. I was alerted by my dad, asked me whether i want to shoot it with my bow... i take a look, and i say ok...

    shot took at 19 yard. Only using my practice arrow with point tip. Enter from the right side, and goes to the left side, the vane stuck at the shoulder.....
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    What reptile is that? Iguana type family?
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    Its the Water Lizard... distant cousin to the Comodo Lizard in Indonesia.


    can grow up to a size of a rotweiler...
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    WOW!. I was gonna ask if you eat the meat but if it's related to the Komodo it's probably full of bacteria.

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    A dead one is a good one!




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    Are'nt they related to the monitor lizard family? Nice shot!
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    hey nice shot... can you make a quiver out of him
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElkSlayer View Post
    hey nice shot... can you make a quiver out of him
    or one boot ??? nice shot
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElkSlayer View Post
    hey nice shot... can you make a quiver out of him
    Quote Originally Posted by TEN RING View Post
    or one boot ??? nice shot
    i guess this fella still too small for the skin, too tender the skin, eventually will break off...
    hahaha... wait till i get one huge one....

    Quote Originally Posted by Double S View Post
    WOW!. I was gonna ask if you eat the meat but if it's related to the Komodo it's probably full of bacteria.
    the local native eat them, their meat taste like croc...
    Bro you are right, full of bacteria... have to prepare it nicely, but i dont take, too risky for bacteria.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Are'nt they related to the monitor lizard family? Nice shot!
    distant cousin??? hahaha... i think there are... maybe geographical reason, these lizard spend more time in water and swamp pitt in my area, so we call them water lizard.
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