‘There’s no snake in that photo!’ Social media goes into a frenzy trying to spot a python hiding in a kitchen… so can you spot it?
- Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7 posted pic of snake on their Facebook page
- Users were left baffled at first as to where to find the snake hiding in the image
- ‘There’s no snake in that photo,’ commented one user, before it was pointed out
Social media users were left baffled after a snake catcher posted a photo of an elusive snake in a kitchen – and asked them to find it and identify it.
The snake was removed from a home in Ninderry, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, by Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7 on Monday.
The internet was left struggling to locate the snake in the picture, and many were flummoxed as to the serpent’s whereabouts.
The photo displays two brown stools pushed close together with a few magazines lying on top
Social media users were left baffled after a snake catcher posted a photo of an elusive snake in a Queensland property
‘There’s no snake in that photo,’ commented one confused user.
‘The newest edition of Where’s Wally,’ joked another. ‘I can never find the snake.’
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The photo displays two brown stools pushed close together with a few magazines lying on top.
The post also added that there would be ‘extra points’ for users who can guess the species. But can you spot it?
It turns out the tiny snake had curled itself around the leg of the right-hand stool
It turns out the tiny snake had curled itself around the leg of the right-hand stool.
Social media users even went as far as to guess the species.
‘Too hard to get a look to figure out the species, but gotta be a scrub python at that size right???’ one person commented.
Some social media users tried to guess the species of the snake which was eventually identified as a brown tree snake
Lockie Gilding, who attended the call in Ninderry, identified the reptile as a brown tree snake, Yahoo7 reports. Gilding also recognised it as a hatchling less than a year old.
Although slightly venomous, such snakes are not considered to be dangerous.
Despite it’s miniature size, one user commented ‘even though it’s small I’d leave it well alone – some of those small snakes are as toxic as those bigger ones’.
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