Snake ID

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  1. blingbling

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    Well idk looks like a phguit nuibre niure to me.
    Nahh is the photo?
     
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    WOW, ummmm.























    Keelback for sure.............................................................................Jokes, can't see any pic.
     
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    ohh dear....
     
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    not working maybe ?
     
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    That snake has a virus.
     
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    I tried uploading the photo from facebook. How do you guys upload photos?
     
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    thats commonly known as the letter snake.
     
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    under the quick reply box, click "go advanced" and use the manage attatchments to upload the pic there.
     
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    alien snake alienis deleriousis

    deadly as....there not a common species very little known about them.....best not touch.....last time i saw one was on my 21st birthday lol
     
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    hmmm that was an interesting read but cant tell from that code sorry ;)
     
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    very small pic.

    Maybe a green tree snake, harmless if thats what it is.
     
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    pics tinyyyyy
    for that, it must be a keelback
     
  14. blingbling

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    Bigger pics now!
     
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    lol looks keelback to me
     
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    It's a Keelback.
     
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    not the best pic though yeah a keel back .......people can easily mistaken a keel back for a rough scale snake so best to keep clear of them if your not sure

    cheers steve
     
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    It is not a green tree. It may be a keelback but more than saying it is not a green tree I am unsure.
     
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    Keelback
     
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    Keelback for sure. Only other thing it could be would be a Rough Scaled Snake (and that would surpirse me - along with anyone it bit)
     
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