ive seen a few posts on here on the past regarding the pic below....it did my head in because nobody could identify it....so i went on a search....and it turns out to be an olive python!
scrub python North easterd Queensland, New Guinea,the moluccas and many adjacent islands, It occurs in a vierety of habitats from rain forest to scrub often close to water during the winter it moves to rocky outcrops above water to bask in the sun. Are the ones you have seen adults? as they tend to fade as they get older. That first pic I can just about make out markings the pic below looks like a smaller olive though.Dexter said:The other problem with it, is that the scrub python's habitat is the rainforest in north east Queensland. I've been there as well, and it has nothing to do with the habitat shown in that picture which was clearly taken in central, western or nothern Australia.
Oddly enough, I still think it would be more likely to be an olive python that grew up about the normal rate. At least the habitat, the prey and the looks of the snake would be consistent in that picture :roll: