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Snakes of North Australia

Stock Photography By David C Hancock

Northern Australia is home to a variety of snakes. Some, like the Taipan and King Brown are deadly while others such as small pythons are vibrant and colourful. At Fogg Dam, outside Darwin the largest biomass of animals in the world gather - water pythons searching for and feeding on native dusky rats.

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Photo Captions for Snakes of North Australia

Image #1. Snakes of North Australia Water python kills and eats a rat

Image #2. Snakes of North Australia Water python swallows a rat

Image #3. Snakes of North Australia Water python swallows a dusky rat

Image #4. Snakes of North Australia Water python swallows a dusky rat

Image #5. Snakes of North Australia Baby water python hatched at Fogg Dam.

Image #6. Snakes of North Australia Scientists Bea Ujvari & Thomas Madsen take measurements, blood and genetic material from a file snake, part of a study about the effects of cane toads on Top End wildlife.

Image #7. Snakes of North Australia Scientists Bea Ujvari & Thomas Madsen take measurements, blood and genetic material from a file snake, part of a study about the effects of cane toads on Top End wildlife.

Image #8. Snakes of North Australia Scientists Bea Ujvari & Thomas Madsen take measurements, blood and genetic material from a file snake, part of a study about the effects of cane toads on Top End wildlife.

Image #9. Snakes of North Australia Water python striking at Fogg Dam.

Image #10. Snakes of North Australia Arafura Swamp at the end of the wet season - taipan snake

Image #11. Snakes of North Australia Reptile - a deadly Taipan snake

Image #12. Snakes of North Australia Snakes at Territory Wildlife Park. Carpet python

Image #13. Snakes of North Australia Reptile handler Grant Husband holds a python

Image #14. Snakes of North Australia Carpet python in the wet season

Image #15. Snakes of North Australia Python about to strike whilst climbing a tree in search for prey

Image #16. Snakes of North Australia Arafura Swamp area in Arnhem Land, northern Australia. Aboriginal girl with file snake

Image #17. Snakes of North Australia NT carpet python - reptile native wildlife australia

Image #18. Snakes of North Australia NT carpet python - reptile native wildlife australia

Image #19. Snakes of North Australia King Brown snake

Image #20. Snakes of North Australia King Brown snake

Image #21. Snakes of North Australia Death adder- reptile native wildlife australia

Image #22. Snakes of North Australia Death adder hidden in leaf litter - reptile native wildlife australia

Image #23. Snakes of North Australia Death adder- reptile native wildlife australia

Image #24. Snakes of North Australia Gavin Bedford collects Oenpelli pythons in a bid to save the animal from extinction. He works in conjunction with traditional owners of western Arnhem Land

Image #25. Snakes of North Australia Gavin Bedford collects Oenpelli pythons in a bid to save the animal from extinction. He works in conjunction with traditional owners of western Arnhem Land

Image #26. Snakes of North Australia Gavin Bedford collects Oenpelli pythons in a bid to save the animal from extinction. He works in conjunction with traditional owners of western Arnhem Land

Image #27. Snakes of North Australia Gavin Bedford collects Oenpelli pythons in a bid to save the animal from extinction. He works in conjunction with traditional owners of western Arnhem Land

Image #28. Snakes of North Australia Gavin Bedford collects Oenpelli pythons in a bid to save the animal from extinction. He works in conjunction with traditional owners of western Arnhem Land

Image #29. Snakes of North Australia Gavin Bedford collects Oenpelli pythons in a bid to save the animal from extinction. He works in conjunction with traditional owners of western Arnhem Land

Image #30. Snakes of North Australia Gavin Bedford collects Oenpelli pythons in a bid to save the animal from extinction. He works in conjunction with traditional owners of western Arnhem Land

Image #31. Snakes of North Australia Snakes at Territory Wildlife Park. Jungle Python

Image #32. Snakes of North Australia Snakes at Territory Wildlife Park. python

Image #33. Snakes of North Australia Snakes at Territory Wildlife Park. Brown Tree Snake

Image #34. Snakes of North Australia Slatey Grey snake - reptile native wildlife australia

Image #35. Snakes of North Australia A Banded tree snake also known as a Territory tiger. These are a rust colour in southern Australia but have distinct stripes or bands in the north.

Image #36. Snakes of North Australia Striking water python

Image #37. Snakes of North Australia Australia/Northern Territory/Fogg Dam/A coiled water python rests on a log near Fogg Dam, in the Top End of northern Australia.

Image #38. Snakes of North Australia water python at Fogg Dam outside Darwin, NT

Image #39. Snakes of North Australia Australia/Northern Territory/Fogg Dam/Young Brooke Hancock plays with newly-hatched water pythons at Fogg Dam, in the Top End of northern Australia.

Image #40. Snakes of North Australia Australia/Northern Territory/Fogg Dam/Scientist Thomas Madsen holds three water pythons he is about to release at Fogg Dam, in the Top End of northern Australia.

 

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