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Friday, August 1st 2014, 11:55pm

Poster - Snakes of South Africa

Hallo Leute,

Ich bin bei Facebook über einen Beitrag gestoßen und dachte der ist hier bestimmt auch gut aufgehoben.

Ich zitiere einfach mal:

"We have now completed the Dangerous Snakes of Southern Africa poster, Common Harmless Snakes of Southern Africa, Dangerous Snakes of Namibia, Dangerous Snakes of Swaziland, Dangerous Snakes of Botswana and Dangerous Snakes of Mozambique as well as Dangerous Snakes of every province in South Africa - in Afrikaans and English. These posters are designed for A3 printing and can be downloaded free from…tseW9Qp1x37NKpa for printing or sharing. So next on the list is common snakes of cities and major towns in Southern Africa. If you have any suggestions as to what snakes you think should be included for your city or town, please let me know on this forum or E-mail me ( Each poster has space for 16 photographs. Folks these posters are free and do not compete with any other posters that are offered for sale. Very sad that the administrators of Snakes of Namibia chose to delete this post - posters in this series are on the walls of game lodges, schools, hospitals, clinics and over 7,000 printed posters have been distributed to date. More than 10,000 have been downloaded from a variety of websites. Now for some scorpion and spider posters."
- Johan Marais

Wer also mal schicke Poster drucken lassen will, ich denke da ist für viele was dabei ;)

Viele Grüße

Unter dem Pflaster / ja da liegt der Strand / komm reiß auch du / ein paar Steine aus dem Sand!



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Saturday, August 2nd 2014, 9:42am

vielen Dank für den Link.
Ist eigentlich eine gute Sache, aber schade das sie dort immer das gleiche Tier für alle Gebiete zeigen.
Gerade bei den Zwergbitis gibt es doch enorme optische Unterschiede bei den Herkunftsgebieten.
Wie das bei den Kobras aussieht kann ich nicht beurteilen.
Aber seinen Zweck erfüllt das Poster allemal.