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Love Them or Hate Them - Australia's Snakes are as Fascinating as they are Fearsome 🎥


Australia has around 140 species of land snakes and 32 recorded species of sea snakes.

Some 100 Australian snakes are venomous, although only 12 are likely to inflict a wound that could kill you. The most dangerous snakes belong to the front-fanged group, which includes the tiger snake, brown snake, death adder, mulga or king brown snake and a few species of sea snake.


The red-bellied black snake is a species of elapid snake native to eastern Australia. Though its venom is capable of causing significant morbidity, a bite from it is not generally fatal and is less venomous than other Australian elapid snakes. It is common in woodlands, forests and swamplands of eastern Australia


Australia's other snakes are the solid-toothed non-venomous snakes (such as pythons, blind snakes and file snakes) and venomous rear-fanged snakes (such as the brown tree snake and mangrove snakes).

Snakes are not naturally aggressive and always prefer to retreat. They will only attack humans if hurt or provoked and most bites occur when people try to kill or capture snakes. If you come across a snake in the bush, just calmly walk the other way. If you find a snake in your home or garden and would like it removed, contact your nearest snake catcher


Snake Catchers Brisbane is the largest provider of professional snake catching services in the Greater Brisbane area, in Queensland (Australia). Providing a 24 hour removal and relocation service, we are passionate about excellent service, protecting both people and wildlife. http://www.snakecatchers.com.au/snake-information.




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