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The Carpet Python is a non - venomous species of snake and is the most commonly encountered species within the Brisbane area. Statistics say 1 in 3 homes has a carpet python living there.\n\nFor more: https://brisbane-snake-catcher.com.au/carpet-python/

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brisbane logan redland 24 7 snake removal

Brisbane, Logan, & Redland 24/7 Snake Removal

https://brisbane-snake-catcher.com.au/

the common brisbane snake species

This is simply an educational guide and in no way should you attempt to identify a snake yourself without the appropriate training to do so.

the common brisbane snake species

many of snakes are misleading as they vary

 Many of snakes are misleading as they vary in color, size etc. Doing so often leads to incorrect identification which could result to life threatening outcomes. Always call a licensed snake catcher if necessary.

eastern brown snake pseudonaja textilis
Eastern Brown Snake (Pseudonajatextilis)

The Eastern Brown is an extremely venomous land snake which is highly populated within the Western Brisbane, Bayside and Logan suburbs. The Eastern brown is the second most toxic terrestrial snake on the planet! They are cause of most snake bite related deaths within Australia.

red bellied black snake pseudechis porphyriacus
Red Bellied Black Snake ( Pseudechisporphyriacus)

The Red bellied Black snake is one Australia's most well known snake due to its beautiful coloring however they are considered a highly venomous snake. If treated they are unlikely to cause fatalities within humans however will cause sever illness and often cause neurcrosis at the bite site

eastern small eyed snake hinoplocephalus nigrescens
Eastern Small - Eyed Snake (hinoplocephalusnigrescens)

The Small - eyed snake is an extremely venomous land snake often mistaken for a Red  - bellied black snake however they are even more toxic, fatalities are known in Australia from this species.

carpet python morelia spilota
Carpet Python (Morelia spilota)

The Carpet Python is a non - venomous species of snake and is the most commonly encountered species within the Brisbane area. Statistics say 1 in 3 homes has a carpet python living there.

yellow faced whip snake pseudechis porphyriacus
Yellow- faced whip snake ( Pseudechisporphyriacus)

Yellow - faced whip snake is a venomous snake however is not considered deadly but may cause issues with animals.  The bite can very painful with localized swelling. It is still a potentially dangerous snake as some people will react differently.

keelback fresh water snake tropidonophis mairii
Keelback Fresh Water snake ( Tropidonophismairii)

Non - Venomous snake however often confused with the rough scale snake which is a highly venomous species the two share very similiar features and is often incorrectly identified.

common tree snake dendrelaphis punctulata
Common Tree Snake (Dendrelaphispunctulata)

Common tree snake also known as the Green tree snake is a non - venomous species commonly found in Brisbane, Logan & Redlands suburbs

brown tree snake boiga irregularis
Brown tree snake (Boigairregularis)

Brown Tree snake is a venomous snake however is not considered deadly  

marsh snake hemiaspis signata
Marsh Snake (Hemiaspissignata)

Marsh snake also known as a swamp snake is a venomous snake however is not considered deadly to humans.

snakes are an integral part of our eco system

Snakes are an Integral part of our Eco System

It is important we respect our wildlife as it plays an integral role within our Eco system this includes snakes and reptiles. The old saying 'the only good snake is a dead snake' has been passed down generations, this has a caused a complete misunderstanding of these wonderful animals. We can live harmoniously with them if we are aware of the facts and the potential dangers of them. By having them removed by a professional snake catcher and relocating them safely in a suitable habitat, they can go on there way and contribute to our environment. It is important that no one without an appropriate license interferes with these animals including removing them as it is a federal offence to do so under the Nature Conservation Act of 1992, hefty fines do apply and possible jail time.

our vision

Our vision

Our licensed snake catchers are passionate about serving the public and protecting our wonderful wildlife within Brisbane. It is our mission to help keep the public live safely amongst our wildlife and at the same time contribute to the conservation of these amazing animals.

contact detail

Contact Detail

Address:

65 Bulgin Ave, Wynnum West, Brisbane QLD 4178, Australia

Phone:

0434 146 109

Email:

info@brisbane-snake-catcher.com.au

Website:

https://www.brisbane-snake-catcher.com.au