Green Tree Snake, Dendrelaphis punctulata

Spotted this fellow, about 2m of him, in the garden bed at the front door on Dec 29, the second of our 3 relatively rain free days after weeks of sodden grey weather.

He was a very beautiful fellow who had obviously not long shed his skin. I’m pleased with the detail here, you can see he has even picked up a cat hair (with 6 cats they are everywhere!) and it is stuck to the back of his head!

Since the rain cleared for a few days we have seen pink & blue tongue lizards, eastern brown snakes, this chap and some coastal carpet pythons (they live in our roof). However, the grey set in again yesterday so they’ll be quiet again for a while I think.

Lumix FZ35- P1060393


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