Black Snake? Grey?

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  1. Nicko

    Nicko New Member

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    IMG_2580.JPG Hi all, came across this at my father in laws property at cape Conran.

    Usually see a snake a day going around the place - blacks mainly and massive! The odd brown

    This one was a lot greyer not sure if it was due to the nearly dry dam it was in.

    Anyway am very curious.

    Had a vid of it but can't upload
     
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    It does have the shape and dimensions of RBS. If it has been foraging through muddy remains of a wet area looking for its favoured diet of frogs, then that would certainly account for its present appearance.
     
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    or that is a copperhead.........
     
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