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Brown Tree Snake
Photo: C & D Frith    
Australian Tropical
Reptiles & Frogs
Brown Tree Snake (Boiga irregularis)
    • They are nocturnal (active during the night)_ and arboreal (tree dwelling).
    • Although they are a venomous snake, their bite is normaly not dangerous to humans.
    • Their bite could be serious for a young child or person with a heart condition.
  • Their colour ranges from a whitish-cream to reddish-brown with conspicuous red coloured cross bands.


  • These snakes live throughout the northern Australian tropics and down the eastern coast as far as the Sydney area.
  • The snakes live in rainforest rock crevices and tree hollows.


  • The Brown Tree Snake preys on; small mammals, birds, eggs, nestlings and lizards.


  • This is an egg-laying snake with clutches of 5 to 12 eggs being laid in one clutch.
  • When fully grown, the average length of a mature snake reaches 1.5 meters but can reach 2 meters

Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodges
Lake Eacham, Atherton Tableland
Tropical North Queensland, Australia.
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