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Thread: Snake ID
its. Hanging around one of my friends house and there not snake people do I told em if it show up to call me. Thanks guys
- 31-May-12, 03:34 PM #2
hmm looks roughscale/keelbackish pics too small though
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Thanks guys yes there is a creek nearby. So it's probley a kneel back. Ill relocate it by a small creek. If it shows up again.
- 31-May-12, 04:34 PM #5
- 31-May-12, 04:38 PM #6
Rough Scales also frequent waterways (creeks more than ponds).Keeper, breeder and photographer of geckos.
Its a Keelback not a Rough Scaled.
The patterning and the lack of definition between the body and tail definitely say Keelback.
However, without a better photo I will stick with “almost certainly”... so exercise due care, just in case.
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- 04-Jun-12, 03:54 PM #10
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I am amazed that anyone is willing to try and ID the animal from that photo, let along recommend that an untrained person relocate it
I agree with Fuscus. A positive ID cannot be made based on the size and quality of those images and the information supplied by the original poster.
Liam, can you crop the images and post them again as large as possible, preferably full-sized?
DO NOT attempt to relocate this snake yourself!
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