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Australian Snakes - Venomous and Non Venomous Snakes of Australia 

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Arafura File Snake - (Acrochordus arafurae)

The Arafura File Snake is an aquatic snake commonly found throughout northern Australia. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Australian Scrub Python - (Morelia amethistina kinghorni)

An extremely large, green-black python with an amethyst-like sheen. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Black-banded Robust Sea Snake - (Hydrophis melanosoma)


 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Black-headed Python - (Aspidites melanocephalus)

An easy-going, non-venomous snake commonly kept as a house pet. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Centralian Carpet Python - (Morelia bredli)


 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Children's Python - (Antaresia childreni)

A small python, commonly kept s a house pet and found wild from Northwestern Australia up to northern Queensland. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Coastal Carpet Python - (Morelia spilota mcdowelli)

A large, heavy-bodied constrictor with a distinctive triangular head and blotchy color pattern. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Common Death Adder - (Acanthophis antarcticus)

An extremely dangerous, highly venomous snake that can camouflage easily in forest brush. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Common Tree Snake - (Dendrelaphis punctulata)

A slender, green non-venomous snake found in a wide variety of habitats. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Diamond Python - (Morelia spilota spilota)

The Diamond Python is a non-venomous constrictor characterized by its cream-colored diamond-shaped markings. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Dugite - (Pseudonaja affinis)

Dugites are highly venomous snakes found in sany areas in Souhern and Western Australia, characterized by a disproprtionately small headin comparison to it's neck. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Eastern Brown Snake - (Pseudonaja textilis)

The Eastern Brown Snake is one of the world's deadliest snakes and is found along Australia's eastern coast. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Green Tree Python - (Morelia viridis)

A non-venomous constrictor with a thick body and light-irridescent green coloring. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Inland Taipan - (Oxyuranus microlepidotus)


 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

King Brown or Mulga Snake - (Pseudechis australis)

An extremely dangerous, large venomous snake found throughout Australia in a myriad of climates and habittats. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Olive Python - (Liasis olivaceus)

The Olive Python is a large non-venomous constrictor found in much of northern Australia, characterized by its brown/green upper and creamy underbelly. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Red-bellied Black Snake - (Pseudechis porphyriacus)

A venomous snake found on the eaast coast of Australia, characterized by it's glossy back sheen and red underside. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Southwestern Carpet Python - (Morelia spilota imbricata)

A large python related to other Carpet Pythons and Diamond Pythons, found in Southwestern Australia. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Stimson's Python - (Antaresia stimsoni)

A non-venomous constrictor, small compared to other pythons. Stimsons Pythons are found throughout Central and Western Australia. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Western Brown Snake or Gwarder - (Pseudonaja nuchalis)

The Gwarder Snake is a large, ground-dwelling, highly-venomous snake found throughout Australia. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Western Tiger Snake - (Notechis scutatus occidentalis)

The Western Tiger Snake is a highly venomous, extremely dangerous snake that can be identified by it's tiger-like stripe pattern. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

White-Lipped Snake - (Drysdalia (Elapognaphus) coronoides)

The White-Lipped Snake is an extremely small, venomous snake with a trademark white-stripe on its upper-lip. 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened 

Woma python - (Aspidites ramsayi)


 
Conservation Status: Not Threatened