Snake I.D Please

Discussion in 'Reptile and Amphibian Identification' started by St3v3, Nov 12, 2019.

  1. St3v3

    St3v3 Not so new Member

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    0C12C2D9-0BBD-47EE-93E2-DA8B849EF35B.jpeg B592B188-4BD7-4B7C-8C42-024C026BA982.jpeg Hi

    This snake, unfortunately did not survive it's contact with humans
    I personally do not kill snakes myself.

    This snake was found on Prince of Whales Island
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    That is a Mulga (King Brown), by the shape of the Parietal/Frontal and Supraocular scales.
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    Was that one on Country Women's beach by any chance? Heard about one hanging around while I was there.
     
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    Collis beach
     

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