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Eastern Small Eyed Snake

The eastern small eyed snakes is fairly common in south east QLD especially if you live up in higher altitudes. This small snake grows to a max of 50 cm and is active of at night slowly cruising around sticking his nose in every crack looking for small lizards. This snake is highly venomous and should be avoided at all times. He is very often mistaken for the red belly black snake but the small eyed snake is dark grey with a pink belly, whilst the red belly is jet black with a blood red belly and is active at day rather than night.

The eastern small eyed snake loves rock retaining walls and is also a communal snake.
For more info please call me or search my YouTube channel for this species by typing in eastern small eye snake.

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