Small-eyed snake (Rhinoplocephalus nigrescens)
Small-eyed snake (Rhinoplocephalus nigrescens) coiled. It is nocturnal and while dangerously venomous in some parts of its range - eastern Australia - its venom has little effect in others. Lake Eacham, Crater Lakes National Park, Queensland, Australia
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Brown treecreeper (Climacteris picumnus)
Brown treecreeper (Climacteris picumnus), nest and eggs. Nest is of fine grasses and usually lined with fur or feathers, placed in a tree hole, fence post or bank hollow. Waikerie, South Australia
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Australian King Parrot - male - feeds on fruit of a Lychee Tree (Sapindaceae: Litchi chinensis) in a suburban orchard
Australian King Parrot - male - feeds on fruit of a Lychee Tree (Sapindaceae: Litchi chinensis) in a suburban orchard.
woodlands of eastern Australia.
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