Yellow-faced Whip Snake
Oviparous (egg laying) with a clutch size of 3-9 (average six).
Reddish tinge on its fore-body. Dark, comma-like marking below its eye.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
The Yellow-faced Whip Snake is diurnal. It is fast moving with a nervous disposition. Proportionately, whip snakes have the largest eyes of any Australian snake and vision plays an important role in prey capture. Sometimes observed in groups, where several males are attracted to a receptive female.
Carnivore, lizards and their eggs but will also eat frogs and other snakes
Found in forests, grasslands, dry rainforests, modified pastures and urban areas.
Native to Australia