Brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis)
Brown Tree snake is a venomous snake however is not considered deadly
Brown tree snake has a large head relative to its body as it has a narrow neck. They are brown in colour and have dark cross bands on there back and sides, the belly is cream to orange. This species can grow up to 2 meters in length
Habitat & Distribution
can be found in many areas such as forests, rainforests, mangroves, rock escarpments, rural and urban areas.
Active by night and is an aboreal species. bites could be potentially dangerous as some people have had bad reactions from them such as trouble breathing. The bite can be painful and swelling is common
They like to feed on birds and there eggs will also feed on reptiles,frogs and mammals.