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Have you ever been to the beach and heard whistles sounded and seen a panic? Well that’s exactly what happened at the One Mile Beach in Forster NSW. A few working holiday visa holders got more than they bargained for.
Brown Snake Backpackers Working Hioliday
What Happened?
A 1.5m brown snake appeared on the sand and stayed there until waves washed up against it. One local even managed to take the photo that was featured on The Great Lakes Advocate newspaper.
It is not uncommon for brown snakes to visit sand dunes along the NSW coast in search of a feed.
Brown Snakes
Are some of the most venomous snakes and can grow over 2metres in length.
The Eastern Brown Snake’s diet consists mainly of small mammals, such as rodents, birds and other small reptiles. Not Backpackers 😛
The Eastern Brown Snake is usually orange-brown in colour
The Eastern Brown Snake rates number two on the world’s most venomous snake list.
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