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User Image jemmyjoo Posted: Nov 20, 2017 7:56 AM (UTC)
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Rare blue morph of the Green tree snake 🐉
User Image juliagryska Posted: Nov 20, 2017 3:53 AM (UTC)
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Da wollte jemand vor uns im Hotel einchecken. Das Exemplar war ca. 1m lang. #treesnake #aonang
User Image imp.herp.tinant Posted: Nov 19, 2017 2:23 PM (UTC)
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Tati: lookit lookit! I am a tree python now!
User Image craig_b21 Posted: Nov 19, 2017 12:54 PM (UTC)
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Walked out into my garden to find a #BOOMSLANG looking for its next meal! The #Southern Masked Weaver was very brave while mobbing at the snake till it decided to move on!
#nature #snakes #Boomslang #treesnake #okonjima #africansnakes #natureatitsbest #justanothersunday
User Image craig_b21 Posted: Nov 19, 2017 12:09 PM (UTC)
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Walk into my garden to find a #Boomslang ( tree snake) looking for its next meal! The SOUTHERN MASKED WEAVER was very brave indeed mobbing at the snake till it decided to leave his nest!! #lifeinthebush #justanotherrelaxingsunday
#snakes #Boomslang #treesnake #okonjima #africansnakes #natureatitsbest
User Image reptile_agency Posted: Nov 18, 2017 8:27 AM (UTC)
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Blunthead tree snakes (Imantodes cenchoa) is a species of rear-fanged colubrid snake distributed in Mexico, Central America, and South America with average length about 8 cm (31 in). These snakes are known for their long, slender bodies and very large heads. Their pupils are very distinct from other snakes - vertical slits for pupils which allow for the snake to look down. This trait is what give the blunthead tree snake such an advantage over other snakes. Their eyes make up approximately 26% of its head. Blunthead tree snakes are arboreal and prefer much cooler and moist areas such as wet forests and rainforests. As a nocturnal spieces, they can be found in a resting coiled position in very shaded areas during the day. They feed mostly on small lizards, frogs, and other reptile eggs. Because the female blunthead tree snakes tend to have larger heads, they are capable of preying on larger reptiles and amphibians. Blunthead tree snakes are rear-fanged and mildly venomous, but is not considered dangerous to humans.
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User Image mattclancy_wildlifephotography Posted: Nov 18, 2017 4:48 AM (UTC)
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Banded Tree Snakes (or 'Night Tigers' as they're commonly known) are a stunning, northern Australian variant of the common Brown Tree Snake (Boiga irregularis) occurring on the east coast. They can be found scaling rocky outcrops and caves by night, hunting birds, bats, frogs and sleeping lizards.

@nvolpe.wild and I spotted this large individual cruising between shrubs beside a creek last year in the North Queensland gulf country.
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User Image tanyanerini Posted: Nov 18, 2017 2:05 AM (UTC)
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Here's a close up on the guy. Turns out my dog had already broke his neck by the time I almost stepped on him. #snake #treesnake #afriendlysnaketheysay #australialiving
Common tree snake from the previous photo! These beautiful little snakes are highly active and frequently seen during the day foraging through low laying foliage, water course edges and gardens hunting for their main source of food - Frogs!
These snakes are typically very fast and flighty however they are totally harmless!
Often referred to as the green tree snake the name is hugely misleading as they are highly variable in colour such as blue, gold, black, olive, aqua and you guessed it, green!
Pictured: Dendrelaphis punctulata
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User Image knee_master Posted: Nov 16, 2017 8:27 PM (UTC)
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In the kitchen cupboard. North of the border @grownsurfboards @munsta72 #treesnake
User Image kirraadamsart Posted: Nov 16, 2017 1:41 AM (UTC)
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