reptiles in their natural habitat is a highly rewarding experience for
me. When the subject is co-operative, in addition to
area of such natural beauty like this, it can't get much better!
A beautifully marked Yellow-spotted
|In response to cooler night
temperatures, Black-headed Pythons Aspidites
melanocephalus switch to
diurnal activity, particularly mid-morning, throughout the dry season
in tropical northern Australia.
of my beloved pets, a large King Brown Snake Pseudechis australis. Of
all the Australian reptiles, the larger venomous snakes are my
by one prominent Australian author as "having a face only a mother
could love", this gravid female Arafura File Snake Acrochordus arafurae was
found thermoregulating in this shallow, sunlit tropical creek.
File Snakes are right up there as one of my favourite snakes,
so I disagree whole-heartedly with these sentiments!
||Removing venomous snakes from urban
is a common occurrance in the 'burbs. This one is an adult female Eastern Brown Snake Pseudonaja textilis
that decided to lay her eggs under a cubby
missus Kelly gets down low for a perspective shot next to a large Stick
Mantid Archimantis latistyla in
the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia. This is one of the
of Mantid's occurring in Australia.