Nrl snake

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  1. Mr_48Volts

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    Was a keelback wasn't it?
     
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    jase75 Well-Known Member

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    Yes it was a Keelback not a brown.

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    You should see some of the Facebook comments on the news pages. People saying things like, "have a close look at it, I'm pretty sure that's a carpet python." Or, "just spoke to an expert and they confirmed it was a king brown." Now I haven't got any idea when it comes to any sort of snake identification so I can't talk but it still makes for some laughs.
     
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    That's so funny Zoe, everyone is an expert lol

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    Yeah, was thinking it was rather large for a keelback, glad you didnt try pick it up.
     
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    Sorry Blady, was my poor attempt at sarcasm. Definitely a keelback :)
     
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