There are two things you can do endlessly – get ready to go to the gym and look for the snake in this picture! We believe in your success (on both counts)!
This photo was posted on Facebook by a brave snake catcher from Australia. The picture was taken during another dangerous trip for reptiles in the city of South Morang, in Victoria.
The guy turned to the readers with a proposal to find a poisonous snake among the dry leaves, branches and blades. “Yes, finally easy!” – he encouraged the people.
Aha, lightness, of course, grumbled the Internet brethren. Most of the users gave up, and the most cunning got out: they say, their eyesight is not very good, they will not see the kangaroo, even if you serve it to them on a plate, and then there is already a snake!
Okay, the gadols have mercy, catch the answer!
The humble cutie who slyly pretended to be a steppe rag is the magnificent Australian copper-headed snake, or the magnificent denisonia (Austrelaps superbus in pure Latin). In length, it grows up to 1.5 meters, the color, depending on the habitat, varies from gray-black to red-brown (in our case, it is silver-brown, which allowed its owner to merge with the environment).
For humans and other animals, the poison of denisonia is deadly and if it gets into your astonished body (pah-pah-pah) it will have a neurotoxic effect on it. Exhale: this charm lives especially in the southeast of Australia and the north of Tasmania, and even there it is rare.
For publication materials from The Snake Hunter / Facebook were used.
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