"LITTLE" WHIP SNAKE
Colouring is a dull grayish brown with dark base to each scale and a black head.
Length up to 45 centimeters
The ‘Little’ Whip Snake is a small snake growing up to 45cm in length and is found west to south east of South Australia, especially in the Mount Lofty Ranges and the Adelaide Hills.
It is a dull grayish brown with a dark base to each scale and a black head. They are often mistaken for Juvenile Eastern Brown Snakes.
Their diet mainly consists of termites and small skinks.
RESCUE & REHABILITATION
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