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SPECKLED BROWN SNAKE
Pseudonaja guttata

  

This speckled brown was a baby from Goyders Lagoon in SA. A friend found a curl snake, (Suta suta) which he caught. It regurgitated the baby speckled brown which was still alive and survived). This was the first record of speckled brown from South Australia!

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