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EthneEngelking

EthneEngelking

Member since: 30 November 2014      Location: Otjiwarongo Namibia
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    39

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Striped skaapsteker
Psammophylax triteaniatus
Reptiles
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Marié
Marié commented:

Well done to your daughter for rescuing it and setting it free! The best way to educate children about nature is through our own example. Since I've started WhatSpecies, my children have developed an incredible awareness of the living world around them. Most of the "bug" pictures from our garden are observations made by the little people. Their keen eyes miss nothing :-)

Thick tailed scorpion
Parabuthus brevimanus
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Marié commented:

I love the UV-light image! Thank you for sharing it Ethne. I wonder why scorpions glow in UV light? What is the purpose of them glowing in UV light. At least it provide us with an opportunity to see them at night!

Shield-nose snake
Aspidrlaps scutatus
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Alex Dreyer suggested a new ID:

Common: Shield-nose Snake, Skildneusslang
Scientific: Aspidelaps scutatus subsp. scutatus

Marié
Marié commented:

Wonderful sighting Ethne! I have never seen anything like this before. Thank you for sharing - the video is very interesting.

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