Recently I met up with Chris from Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to do my third Kids on Conservation Interview. This time it was on the endangered broad headed snake. The broad headed snake is classified as vulnerable. The broad headed snake is quite elusive and its threats include removal of large rocks that they depend on. Rocks are often removed from their environment and then sold for use in peoples gardens. But they are also threatened by habitat destruction and feral predators. Unfortunately this beautiful snake is sometimes mistaken as a diamond python but unlike the diamond python being non venomous the broad headed snake is venomous.
The interview is below:
Stay tuned as there will be another interview next month
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