Green Tree Python

I would love to be able to say that this shot was taken in the wild but unfortunately, it was at the Queensland Museum. Still, it was taken through glass so I was quite happy with it. These snakes can grow to 2mtrs. Reckon this guy was not too far short of that.

Our son and his family are still living with us and have had zero time or inclination to post over the last few weeks. Nanna and I have been baby sitting for the past week while M&D are in Thailand for a wedding and the museum visit was for entertainment of the kids.

I have managed to collect a few random shots that I will post over the next few days.
good shot...I think I have seen a snake something like this up in the foothills of Mt Lewis in far north Queensland.
posted April 11th, 2018  
Welcome back :) I've missssed you!! fav
posted April 11th, 2018  
A wonderful python! All that body resting on a limb, oh my!
posted April 11th, 2018  
Cool looking snake Poppo, not sure I would like to meet it in the wild, unless its a vegetarian one :) I hope Maggie & Vivvie are keeping you on your toes :)
posted April 11th, 2018  
Oh - too close for me even through glass.
posted April 12th, 2018  
A green beauty!
posted April 12th, 2018  
Got his eyes on you.
posted April 12th, 2018  
A fabulous shot with the forked tongue out! It looks as if he was in the rain or went for a swim ;-)
posted April 12th, 2018  
Lovely
posted April 12th, 2018  
Lovely capture, colour and fine detail standing out against the background, Terry, family must always come first every time:)
posted April 12th, 2018  
Well captured
posted April 12th, 2018  
What a gorgeous colour. Good to see you posting again, even if it is only occasionally. I bet you are having your work cut out for you with the family staying, but I expect Maggie and Vivvie will be loving every minute of it.
posted April 12th, 2018  
Beautiful...
posted April 19th, 2018  
Beautiful snake!
posted May 27th, 2018  
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