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Red Naped Snake

Red Naped Snake

Red Naped Snake At Night Our catcher Bryce removed this beautiful little Red Naped Snake from a Yatala property recently. The snake was actually discovered partway through sloughing its skin. This species is considered weakly venomous to people. They’re typically...

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1 Red Bellied Black Snake Enjoys Frog Feast

1 Red Bellied Black Snake Enjoys Frog Feast

Black Snake has a Feast of Frog The Red Bellied Black Snake is well known for eating frogs, and will also consume lizards, rodents and other snakes. They are venomous but will often consume frogs whole while they’re still alive! As a specialist frog eater, species...

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Eastern Brown Snake Makes Meal of Frog

Eastern Brown Snake Makes Meal of Frog

Brown Snake Eats Marsh Frog This picture was actually sent in by a client in Redbank Plains asking us to identify the snake. Through our many years experience with snakes we can see the colour, scales, head and eye shape are definitively that of an Eastern Brown...

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Toilet Brown Snake!

Toilet Brown Snake!

Eastern Brown Snake disrupts toilet visit A client in Boronia Heights went in the toilet to do their business when they heard a bottle fall over beside them, only to see an intruding Brown Snake! The Eastern Brown Snake is a commonly encountered venomous species,...

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Eastern Brown Snake Shopping

Eastern Brown Snake Shopping

Brown Snake Found by Staff Shopping In Warehouse A business in Hemmant called out our snake catcher Bryce to remove this good sized Eastern Brown Snake. It was found slithering along the draws of stocking in the warehouse, almost as though it was browsing and doing a...

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Flying Fox’s Lucky Day

Flying Fox’s Lucky Day

Flying Fox Escapes Predator This Carpet Python was discovered by a Mount Ommaney client in the process of constricting a Grey Headed Flying Fox. Luckily for the Grey Head, by the time our snake catcher Bryce arrived the snake had just about given up and released the...

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Keelback Snake

Keelback Snake

Rocklea Business Hosts Keelback Snake This curious Keelback Snake was found in a Rocklea business recently. Our snake catcher Brandon relocated it to a more suitable spot. This species is well known for eating frogs and are also more capable of eating the poisonous...

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Python’s Sloughed Skin

Python’s Sloughed Skin

This Skin Tells us a Lot About the Snake Which Left It This sloughed skin is that of a Coastal Carpet Python, easily the largest snake species that occurs in South East Queensland. The markings are a giveaway, but the high scale count also tells us it is not an Elapid...

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White Crowned Snake

White Crowned Snake

White Crowned Snake Relocated This little White Crowned Snake was found at a client’s home in Redbank recently. These small Elapids are seen fairly often in well water gardens. With the cool weather and lots of rain, they’ve been seeking a bit of shelter and warmth....

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Defensive Pose Golden Crowned Snake

Defensive Pose Golden Crowned Snake

Golden Crowned in Iconic Defensive Pose This Golden Crowned Snake is showing off the typical defensive pose of this species. They are usually all bluff, but this mildly venomous species will rise up in order to ward off potential predators. There are several species...

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Icy Snake

Icy Snake

Carpet Python nearly icy due to the cold Like all reptiles, snakes are ectotherms, which means they regulate their body temperature according to the temperature in the environment. During warm days they can be very active, but preserve their energy when it is cool....

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House Special-Python Eats Possum

House Special-Python Eats Possum

Carpet Python Consumes Possum in Client’s House Coastal Carpet Pythons are known to eat very large prey, with this snake capturing and consuming a Common Brushtail Possum inside a client’s house in Corinda. We are called to removed Pythons in the process of eating...

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