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  Eastern Carpentaria Snake
 
 
 
ELAPID SNAKE
Family ELAPIDAE
VENOMOUS BUT NOT REGARDED AS DANGEROUS
 
Description:
The Eastern Carpentaria Snake snake may be any shade of brown, with a darker vertebral colour. The sides of it's head and body are lighter in colour. It has small eyes and a head which is barely distinct from a fairly slender body.
 
Size:
Adults 45 - 55 cm
 
Behaviour:
Nocturnal
 
Prey:
Small lizards
 
Reproduction:
Females give birth to up to 6 young.
 
 
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