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Here's how we track down and very carefully photograph Australia's elusive snakes

By Chris Hay, Honorary Fellow, The University of Queensland
Christina N. Zdenek, Lab Manager/Post-doc at the Venom Evolution Lab, The University of Queensland
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Environmental scientists see flora, fauna and phenomena the rest of us rarely do. In this series, we’ve invited them to share their unique photos from the field.

While most people go out of their way to avoid snakes, we’re the opposite. We’re crazy about snakes. As wildlife photographers, we’ve spent months in the Australian bush and in overseas jungles tracking down beautiful snakes.

Photographing snakes is no easy task. Apart from wild weather, long hours, biting…The Conversation

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