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Common Tree Snake (Dendrelaphis punctulata) has caught its prey, a Green Tree Frog.
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Common Tree Snake (Dendrelaphis punctulata) has almost devoured the frog.
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Common Tree Snake (Dendrelaphis punctulata) has almost swallowed the frog. Notice the unlatched jaws enabling the snake to eat much larger prey.
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Common Tree Snake (Dendrelaphis punctulata) edging its way up the side of a gum tree with the help of loose bark on the tree.
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Amethystine Python - Morelia amethistina grows to as long as 5 metres. Picture taken at Cape Tribulation, Daintree Rainforest, Queensland, Australia.
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Amethystine Python - Morelia amethistina - closeup.
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Carpet Python (immature) - Morelia spilota. A baby Carpet Python rests on a palm tree branch. The head is the size of an adult thumb nail.
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Carpet Python - Morelia spilota - adult, warming up in morning sun on a road.
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Bandy-Bandy - Vermicella annulata. The Bandy-Bandy is a reluctant biter and the venom is believed to be mildly toxic. They prey on blind snakes.
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Northern Tree Snake - Dendrelaphis calligastra Pictured on a porch railing. Image taken in tropical Far North Queensland, Australia.
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Small-eyed Snake - Cryptophis nigrescens, attempting to eat one of its own kind. This snake soon found the meal too big and it was regurgitated. These snakes are deadly to humans.
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Common Tree Snake (Dendrelaphis punctulata) curiously peering out of a gum tree hollow.
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