Shire Snakes


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Common Death Adders have broad flattened, triangular heads and thick bodies. Reaching a length of 70-100 centimetres, they are light brown with dull, darker brown-black stripes running horizontally across their bodies. Their fangs are longer than most of Australia’s venomous snakes.

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