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For example, the checkered keelback water snake, a non-venemous variety, that prefers to stay in and around water and gets food in this habitat, is on the decline.
In the Daily Mercury, Australian Wildlife Rescue Service volunteer Fay Paterson said that the snake was a common keelback snake, a non-venomous species that was renowned for its ability to successfully prey on cane toads, so this seems like an appropriate turning of the tables.
Paul nearly treads on a keelback (snake), and Neil too spots a few snakes around the place.
Snakes such as the keelback measuring 15 sq. m, wolf snake (13 sq. m), python (50 sq. m); king cobra (50 sq. m), viper, krait and sand boa are housed in the new enclosure.
The tiger keelback lives in Japan and uses its poisons for defence rather than attack.
Now, another species joins this guild of thieves - the tiger keelback snake,