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Choose from 45 pictures in our Brown Snake collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

A proud looking tiliqua scincoides (eastern blue tongue skink) sitting on the decking looking into the lens Featured Brown Snake Print

A proud looking tiliqua scincoides (eastern blue tongue skink) sitting on the decking looking into the lens

The eastern blue tongue lizard is one of the most familiar reptiles in Australia. Large specimens may reach 60cm in total length. The legs are small and can often be overlooked, a situation which sometimes means the harmless bluetongue, with its large triangular head, is mistaken for a dangerous snake and inadvertently killed. The body is primarily grey or pale brown with around a dozen darker bands around the body and tail. The belly is cream or yellowish-white

Sea ice lines the shoreline in eastern Greenland Featured Brown Snake Print

Sea ice lines the shoreline in eastern Greenland

June 16, 2000 - Ranging in color from snow white to turquoise, sea ice lined the shoreline in eastern Greenland.
Although snow and ice abound in this image, both are in retreat for the summer. Snowcaps form dendritic patterns on the brown landscape, leaving south-facing slopes especially bare. Around the Hold with Hope promontory, fast ice clings to the shoreline. Common over shallow ocean waters along shorelines, fast ice holds fast to the shore and/or sea bottom, not moving with winds or currents. Off the coast, pieces of bright white sea ice float on the sea surface, able to move with forces that dona??s affect the fast ice.
Much of the fast ice in this image is blue, especially in the fjord north of Hold with Hope. Summer melt often lends ice a blue color due to water saturation. In addition, this ice could be what is known as blue ice, or ice composed of large crystals. Light that is visible to human eyes is composed of three basic components: red, green, and blue. Pure ice absorbs a miniscule amount of red light, reflecting slightly more green and blue light. This red-light absorption is lost in the noise of tiny snow crystals, the same way a piece of colored hard candy might appear white if it were pulverized. Large ice crystals make the red-light absorption visible to human eyes, just as sufficiently large pieces of glass would show a very subtle tint.
The relentless action of wind can transform snow crystals to large ice crystals. Away from the coast, snakes of ice make their way through inland fjords, and some of this ice is also blue

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Western Brown Snake Featured Brown Snake Print

Western Brown Snake

Western Brown Snake
Near Lajamanu on the northern edge of the Tanami Desert. Northern Territory, Australia
Pseudonaja nuchalis
An extremely dangerous fast moving snake. Variable in colour and pattern. The head varies from very pale to black. Preys on small mammals and reptiles. Females lay 20-40 eggs per clutch. Widely distributed in the hotter regions of Australia.
Don Hadden
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

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