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YELLOW - FACED WHIP SNAKE
Yellow-faced Whip Snake   (Demansia psammophis)  This slender, alert little snake is often confused with the Eastern Brown Snake, but can be distinguished by its distinctive yellow facial markings. The body is pale grey or brown in colour with a red colouring on the head. The snake averages a length of 80 cms and males are larger than females. Although venomous, and capable of producing a painful bite, the Yellow-faced Whip Snake is not considered particularly dangerous to humans.