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Perfect rainfall conditions in Cairns saw numerous residers load up their boats and head to the reef moment, while other residers took the occasion to tidy up their yards after last weeks rain. One Trinity Beach occupant decided to deal with the ever growing pile of win fronds in the corner of his vicinity (which we all have) and uncovered an angry red-bellied black snake. This dangerously poisonous snake is lustrous black on the rearward face and red/ sanguine or indeed pink in colour on the lower sides and belly. They diet primarily on frogs, but they also prey on reptiles, small mammals and also eat other snakes- including those of their own species! The red-bellied black snake are also live liaisons- meaning they do n’t lay eggs, but give birth to live youthful.
This is a timely memorial that spring frequently sees an increase in exertion of some poisonous snake species around suburban Cairns. Death adders and red-bellied black snakes are the most common species we dislocate around Cairns. While tidying up the yard – it's always a good idea to wear shoes long pants and gloves – particularly if your dealing with the pile of win fronds!
Meanwhile at another pile of win fronds – this time in Kewarra Beach, a large womanish mite python was noticed sunning herself at the top of the mound. When I arrived she was no where to be seen but as I dug deeper into the pile of fronds, I plant her coiled around her clutch of 15 eggs. Jilting foliage to spoilage in the vicinity creates perfect niche for snakes, so try not to let the pile get too big and stay for too long.
The blue phase common tree snake is one of the most visually striking species of snake that I encounter around Cairns. It’s neon blue belly is emotional, but the snake takes it’s stunning appearance to another position when it puffs up it’s body causing the scales on its reverse to separate meaning fluorescent blue highlights that flash with each breath. Gordonvale and the girding southern cities yield the loftiest proportions of these blue knockouts than the megacity and the northern strands according to our catch data.
Wet conditions around Cairns have redounded in an increase in snake exertion in and around people’s homes as numerous original snake species decide to bespeak themselves into more comfortable accommodation. This gentle mammoth was caught before in the week from Speewah and was desperately trying to find the entrance to the all you can eat duck buffet. Scrupulous snake proofing of the duck quadrangle was all that stopped this massive5.2 m mite python from chancing his seat at the table.
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During wet conditions it's really important to keep all defenses on doors and windows shut – particularly at night. This week brown tree snakes, slaty-slate snakes, spotted pythons, common tree snakes, and drop pythons have been the most common species dislocated from inside people’s houses. Make sure any small faves like cravens, ducks, guinea gormandizers or pussycats are moreover brought in at night or are kept in snake evidence enclosures outdoors.
Common tree snakes are non poisonous and veritably reticent biters. They pose little to no trouble to people or faves and should be respected for their beauty and left to their own bias where ever possible. Should they end up in your house (most common during the day) you should keep a close eye on their movements as they move presto and can vanish veritably snappily. Our Wildlife Services provide a professional fauna spotter catcher service with local knowledge, understanding and experience of local conditions in the Far North Queensland region.Contact us now on M: 0408 331 700
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