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Australias deadliest nature tube  ((Item#23496)

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common death adder, giant gentpede,blueringed octopus,tiger snake, costal taipan, saltwater crocodile, blue shark, graet white shark, sydney funnel web spider,redback spider

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Andreas, I can't remember seeing this tube before! Shocked
How do you know the iten number? Have you got the complete set with the tube? Any year or any additional information? It is really very interesting! Very Happy

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Andreas, I can't remember seeing this tube before! Shocked
How do you know the iten number? Have you got the complete set with the tube? Any year or any additional information? It is really very interesting! Very Happy

As i said in my zoo news, i also have dont have seen this tube before. Yes, i have the complete set with the tube. There is also a small sticker with " K&M, MNX-2018, Shenzen Lot NO:L2), so i think it is from 2018.
I dont have seen this tube on the wild-republic website but i found that tube bei Minizoo.

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Andreas, I can't remember seeing this tube before! Shocked
How do you know the iten number? Have you got the complete set with the tube? Any year or any additional information? It is really very interesting! Very Happy

I just ordered it too; I can only find it online with Australian dealers. It might have been a special commission (probably such as the kiwis polybag).

Andreas, are the common names on the figures (I don't have mine yet)? If so, the centipede is a new species in toy form!
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Andreas, I can't remember seeing this tube before! Shocked
How do you know the iten number? Have you got the complete set with the tube? Any year or any additional information? It is really very interesting! Very Happy

I just ordered it too; I can only find it online with Australian dealers. It might have been a special commission (probably such as the kiwis polybag).

Andreas, are the common names on the figures (I don't have mine yet)? If so, the centipede is a new species in toy form!

Yes, the names are on the figure :)

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Andreas, I can't remember seeing this tube before! Shocked
How do you know the iten number? Have you got the complete set with the tube? Any year or any additional information? It is really very interesting! Very Happy

I just ordered it too; I can only find it online with Australian dealers. It might have been a special commission (probably such as the kiwis polybag).

Andreas, are the common names on the figures (I don't have mine yet)? If so, the centipede is a new species in toy form!

Yes, the names are on the figure :)

Thanks. In that case the centipede is indeed a new species and all three snakes will be new for my Synoptic Collection. I am liking this set more and more!
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Andreas, I can't remember seeing this tube before! Shocked
How do you know the iten number? Have you got the complete set with the tube? Any year or any additional information? It is really very interesting! Very Happy

I just ordered it too; I can only find it online with Australian dealers. It might have been a special commission (probably such as the kiwis polybag).

Andreas, are the common names on the figures (I don't have mine yet)? If so, the centipede is a new species in toy form!

Yes, the names are on the figure :)

Thanks. In that case the centipede is indeed a new species and all three snakes will be new for my Synoptic Collection. I am liking this set more and more!

These snakes was the reason for me to got that set :)

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Andreas, I can't remember seeing this tube before! Shocked
How do you know the iten number? Have you got the complete set with the tube? Any year or any additional information? It is really very interesting! Very Happy

I just ordered it too; I can only find it online with Australian dealers. It might have been a special commission (probably such as the kiwis polybag).

Andreas, are the common names on the figures (I don't have mine yet)? If so, the centipede is a new species in toy form!

Yes, the names are on the figure :)

Thanks. In that case the centipede is indeed a new species and all three snakes will be new for my Synoptic Collection. I am liking this set more and more!

These snakes was the reason for me to got that set :)

I have a taipan and death adder, but different species of each. I plan on reviewing the set for the Animal Toy Blog once i get it :)
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Andreas, I can't remember seeing this tube before! Shocked
How do you know the iten number? Have you got the complete set with the tube? Any year or any additional information? It is really very interesting! Very Happy

I just ordered it too; I can only find it online with Australian dealers. It might have been a special commission (probably such as the kiwis polybag).

Andreas, are the common names on the figures (I don't have mine yet)? If so, the centipede is a new species in toy form!

Yes, the names are on the figure :)

Thanks. In that case the centipede is indeed a new species and all three snakes will be new for my Synoptic Collection. I am liking this set more and more!

These snakes was the reason for me to got that set :)



I have a taipan and death adder, but different species of each. I plan on reviewing the set for the Animal Toy Blog once i get it :)

Yes, you have the beautieful Takara set too :)

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I got my tube set today; please note it is a bull shark, not a blue shark :-) (at least that is what mine is marked).
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another color variation of the rubber sharks (a epaulette shark)

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Very spectacular find, Andreas! That is another color of the bamboo and nurse sharks. Is there any chance of your usual photos with the Lego brick and sharper than this one?

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Very spectacular find, Andreas! That is another color of the bamboo and nurse sharks. Is there any chance of your usual photos with the Lego brick and sharper than this one?

Thank you, yes there is a chance

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Very spectacular find, Andreas! That is another color of the bamboo and nurse sharks. Is there any chance of your usual photos with the Lego brick and sharper than this one?

Thank you, yes there is a chance

Great! Have you ever found the species of your bamboo shark?
I was thinking it could be a juvenile brown-banded bamboo shark, what do you think?


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Great job Dear Roger study study study study

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Very spectacular find, Andreas! That is another color of the bamboo and nurse sharks. Is there any chance of your usual photos with the Lego brick and sharper than this one?

Thank you, yes there is a chance

Great! Have you ever found the species of your bamboo shark?
I was thinking it could be a juvenile brown-banded bamboo shark, what do you think?


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Well, as you and Fernando agree, I will list it as a brown-banded bamboo shark until someone find a better guess. :)

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Very spectacular find, Andreas! That is another color of the bamboo and nurse sharks. Is there any chance of your usual photos with the Lego brick and sharper than this one?

Here the pic, hope that is better

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together with the brothers

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and look, my last newcomer could be the shark from the firsdt pic (but i dont think so :) )

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and look, my last newcomer could be the shark from the firsdt pic (but i dont think so :) )

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Laughing I've seen that news at CNN and the first thing I thought was - if it exists, surely Andreas found it first. Laughing
These sharks have very similar patterns and they change with age and it is not easy to identify at all. Obviously yours was not based on these ones but you can use it for any of these species. It just have to match the colours once the mould is the same and doesn't reflect any morphological differences.

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and look, my last newcomer could be the shark from the firsdt pic (but i dont think so :)   )

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Laughing I've seen that news at CNN and the first thing I thought was - if it exists, surely Andreas found it first. Laughing
These sharks have very similar patterns and they change with age and it is not easy to identify at all. Obviously yours was not based on these ones but you can use it for any of these species. It just have to match the colours once the mould is the same and doesn't reflect any morphological differences.

And it is too sad that you can not find all informations for a good identify.

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and look, my last newcomer could be the shark from the firsdt pic (but i dont think so :)   )

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These sharks have very similar patterns and they change with age and it is not easy to identify at all. Obviously yours was not based on these ones but you can use it for any of these species. It just have to match the colours once the mould is the same and doesn't reflect any morphological differences.

And it is too sad that you can not find all informations for a good identify.

I am sure these K&M bamboo sharks are painted according with exact species and their identification should be based on species more popular in aquaria or pet trade. They are also 1993 released figures so, many recently discovered species are out of the battle.
For bamboo sharks, most common are the brown-banded, epaulette's and white-spotted that is an acceptable candidat for your newer acquisition, I guess. As I told, the mould mixes features that don't match an exact species not even an exact genus, we can find features of several carpet sharks mixed. They are marked bamboo shark, aren't they?
Sad is that Safari Ltd, always very precise identifying their figures, also released a bamboo shark without specifying it.

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