(from the article `brown snake`) ...The best-known species is the eastern brown snake (P. textilis), which grows to about 2 metres (7 feet). Other species in the genus are the ...
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The dugite t (Pseudonaja affinis) is a species of venomous, potentially lethal, snake native to Western Australia, a member of the family Elapidae. The dugite is coloured grey, green, or brown. The colours vary widely between individuals and are an unreliable means of identifying the species. The most distinguishing characteristic is the shape of
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