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The Guardian reported that 12 eggs of an Eastern brown snake were found in a primary school playground in Australia.
The Paua Wildlife Rescue Group was reported to have been identified as an unknown egg in the St. Joseph Catholic Primary School sandbox. The researchers concluded that there were more than 12 eggs before hatching and were eggs of a brown snake, which was a fatal one.
Eastern brown snakes, also commonly known as brown snakes, are poisonous inhabitants in eastern Australia and southern New Guinea, the second most dangerous venomous snake in the world.
However, on the SNS, there was a suspicion that eggs were really brown snakes. "There were some people who looked at hatching and looked after a big brown snake after elementary school." "The eastern brown snake's right," he said.
"The sand found in the eggs was fresh and crumbly and the snake was the best place to control the temperature of eggs," said rescue team volunteer Yvette Atlier.
These eggs are also believed to have been caused by two or more brown snakes.