Coach tour Perth to Exmouth

Coach tour Perth to Exmouth

Snakes not to worry about on your Coach tour Perth to Exmouth

Nonpoisonous snakes in Western Australia

The great outback is not only famous for its teeming wildlife but also exotic snakes. Australia has a diverse population of snakes. There are dangerous as well as non-poisonous snakes throughout the country. The main cause for fatalities is the lack of education among the pollutions; Let us take a quick look at some of the non-poisonous snakes that are found in Western Australia.

Green Tree Snake (Dendrelaphis punctulatus)

The green tree snake is a non-venomous snake and is quite common in Australia. It is usually found in the area with thick vegetation. It is olive green to blackish colored and will display yellow hues and white on the belly, throat and on the body. It is a timid and shy snake and will bite if provoked. Its bite is non-lethal but will leave a nasty sting.

Carpet Python and Diamond Python (Morelia spilota)

The carpet python is found in urban areas, commonly in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin, Adelaide, and Perth. These snakes are known to grow very larger and it is known by its brown, black, steel gray, and iron camouflage coloration.

Children’s Python Antaresia children

Children’s python is a non-venomous snake found in Western Australia. This python lives in a variety of habitats that include grasslands, savannahs, rocky outcrops, scrub, dry woodlands, and monsoon forests. It will climb rocks and climb trees to find prey. These pythons will hide in caves, crevices, and cave termite cave mounds.

Pygmy Python(Antaresia perthensis)

Pygmy pythons are also known as anthill pythons. This species of snake is found in Western Australia. They are often found in termite mounds. Pygmy pythons are the smallest of all the pythons and the most beautiful. It feeds upon geckos and attracted to an endless supply of termites from the mounds.

Green Tree Snake (Dendrelaphis punctulatus)

The green tree snake is a non-venomous snake and is quite common in Australia. It is usually found in the area with thick vegetation. It is olive green to blackish colored and will display yellow hues and white on the belly, throat and on the body. It is a timid and shy snake and will bite if provoked. Its bite is non-lethal but will leave a nasty sting.

Carpet Python and Diamond Python (Morelia spilota)

The carpet python is found in urban areas, commonly in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin, Adelaide, and Perth. These snakes are known to grow very larger and it is known by its brown, black, steel gray, and iron camouflage coloration.

Children’s Python Antaresia children

Children’s python is a non-venomous snake found in Western Australia. This python lives in a variety of habitats that include grasslands, savannahs, rocky outcrops, scrub, dry woodlands, and monsoon forests. It will climb rocks and climb trees to find prey. These pythons will hide in caves, crevices, and cave termite cave mounds.

Pygmy Python(Antaresia perthensis)

Pygmy pythons are also known as anthill pythons. This species of snake is found in Western Australia. They are often found in termite mounds. Pygmy pythons are the smallest of all the pythons and the most beautiful. It feeds upon geckos and attracted to an endless supply of termites from the mounds.

It is not often you will see snakes on the Coach tour Perth to Exmouth, its is interesting to note that many Australian snakes do not harm humans. In fact they are not looking for us but avoid us.