Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by Hoppa1874, Jul 4, 2007.
just wondering whereabouts in Australia u find these snakes???
right here!!! im not sure of their range but there are a fair few up here....
thanx.. cass.. was wondering if u find them down here actually..
a friend of mine came across a grey snake, wif a white belly.. in some leaves she was raking up.. just wondered if it mite be one???
BUMP.. anyone else know where u find em??
Family :"Rear-fanged Snakes"
Description :Length 1.5m. Lead grey, brown or black, belly white or light grey. Not dangerous, but ready biter and releases a strong odour. Eats frogs, geckos, skinks , their eggs, rats and mice. Lays up to 12 eggs.
Typical Habitat :Nocturnal snake, associated with creeks, lagoons, and water tanks in buildings and outhouses. Aglie climber, but mainly forages on the ground for frogs. Open forest and rainforest.
Distribution :Top End of N.T. and Cape York to Hervey Range.
Seen North Qld : Yes
thanx babe.. so i guess it mite not be that then.. seems they are only in the top end and are far south as u..
well i wonder wot it was then.. hmmm.. that will keep me guessing for longer.. dam...