Saturday, October 9, 2010

THE ROCKY BOARDWALK, SOME SNAKES AND "GEORGE THE SNAKEMAN".

GEORGE THE SNAKEMAN.
This little fella was 6 / 7 feet long.
I'M OUTA HERE.
PRETTY 'AINT I?
JUST LETTING LUNCH GO DOWN.
Down along the "rocky boardwalk", (GOGGLE please), you will meet hundreds of interesting people. Including the resident vermin 'cleaning machines'. Keep your distance, they will just slither away. Antagonise them and you get bitten. The brown snake, (you see), is just that; an EASTERN BROWN SNAKE, one bite and you are it deep shite. I called "George the snakeman", (above), but the brown snake just went 'bush', safe.
There were dozens of holiday makers jumping out of the way, just remember they are just trying to get away, but beware.
The mottled snake is a "carpet snake", pretty harmless, they are numerous along the breakwalls of Brunswick Heads, back in the 'hills' they can be known as the Queensland rock python, they will grow to 6 meters long.

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