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Spilotes pullatus


Spilotes pullatus, also known as the Tiger-snake, is a large (up to 3 m) snake. It is a non-venomous snake that tends to inhabit forested areas. It is arboreal in habit and feeds on a wide variety of prey, including small mammals, birds and lizards.

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NeilDazet 11 years ago

You have some really superb spottings!

Elsa 11 years ago

You've got an amazing collection!

DanielVelho 11 years ago

That photo i used a Nikon D40, but now i have a D5000.

ZackUmbarger 11 years ago

Thats a Really nice shot, what kinda camera do you use?

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Distrito Federal, Brazil

Spotted on Mar 15, 2008
Submitted on Aug 11, 2011

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