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REPTILES - VENOMOUS SNAKES

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It is really difficult to differentiate between venomous and non-venomous snakes. Many non-venomous snakes look venomous to protect themselves. There are also snake types whose teeth are placed like the teeth of non-venomous snakes although their bites can be dangerous. Out of the 2800 kind of snakes, only 270 types are venomous.

Fact about Venomous Snakes

Despite having venom ranked at number two in toxicity, Eastern Brown Snakes have very small fangs. Therefore when outdoors, good boots and long pants stand as a sensible protective clothing measure.

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Our Venomous Snakes Species

Oxyuranus microlepidotus
Fierce Snake Profiles
No profiles available
Threat level: Vulnerable
Vulnerable
Our Amazing Fierce Snake(s) are currently on display

 


Notechis ater humphreysi
Black Tiger Snake Profiles
No profiles available
Threat level: Least concern
Least concern
Not on display

 


Pseudechis porphyriacus
Red-bellied Black Snake Profiles
Rossco
Threat level: Least concern
Least concern
Our Amazing Red-bellied Black Snake(s) are currently on display

 


Pamela
Taipan Profiles
Pamela
Threat level: Least concern
Least concern
Our Amazing Taipan(s) are currently on display

 


Pseudonaja textilis
Eastern Brown Snake Profiles
Clyde
Threat level: Least concern
Least concern
Not on display

 


Notechis ater serventyi
Chappell Island Tiger Snake Profiles
Chocolate
Threat level: Least concern
Least concern
Our Amazing Chappell Island Tiger Snake (s) are currently on display