Floodplain Death Adder

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Up close and personal with a young floodplain death adder (Acanthophis hawkei), very tolerant of my photography— initially fleeing rapidly, but never flattening the body or assuming a defensive posture. Check out my earlier post about the death adder defensive display.

Photographed after disturbance [4]

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