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REPTILES - VENOMOUS SNAKES

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Clyde

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

The Lowlands Copperhead is a cold-loving snake. Can you believe that for our Lowlands Copperhead to survive in our harsh summer temperatures, we have to provide air-conditioning?

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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