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   [Sri lanka keelback water snake]

9 comments

  1. What a fascinating picture!
    I keep on wondering how you manage to find all these animals and to take such great pictures of them...

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  2. O my!I'm scared of snakes.But i had one in my kitchen for one whole day,i just saw its shed skin,didnt look up to see the guy on the door.Packed it in a bag and let it free among the trees.
    How near did u go to take this pic?

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  3. Thanks for your comments Frieda, MD and K

    @Frieda,
    I found all these animals by spending a day at Sinaharaja Rain forest :D

    @MD;
    I was like 4-5 meters away from it. He is a very tiny snake when comparing to this close up =D

    @K;
    As they told me it is diya naya. Btw what’s the difference between diya naya and diya bariya? :D

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  4. Think both names are used for same snake. I also not sure..

    http://www.srilankareptile.com/Serpentes/Xenochrophis%20asperrimus.php

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  5. lovely shot !
    tinge of its eye adds to the fierceness ...

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  6. @K;
    Thanks mate.ya, looks like it's the same snake :)

    @Silent,
    Thanks for your comment :)

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  7. Only Tikiriliya is missing. =D Classic piece of work once again! And venomous or not, this one has a deadly glare. -__-

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  8. Thanks for your comment Harumi,

    Hehe yes, Tikiriliya lidata giya …. lol

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