Juvenile Carpet Python

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Photographed in situ [1]

I was thrilled to find my second darwin carpet python (Morelia spilota variegata), this one much darker and smaller than the first (see my older post here). At first it didn’t seem to have much of an attitude, but after five minutes it struck at me every time I was within range.

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Photographed after disturbance [4]
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Photographed after disturbance [4]
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Photographed after disturbance [4]
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Photographed after disturbance [4]
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Photographed after disturbance [4]
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Photographed after disturbance [4]
Before the strike; photographed after disturbance [4]
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Photographed after disturbance [4]
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Photographed in situ [1]
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Photographed in situ [1]
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Photographed in situ [1]
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Photographed after slight disturbance [2]
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Photographed after slight disturbance [2]
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Photographed in situ [1]
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Photographed after slight disturbance [2]
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Photographed after slight disturbance [2]

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