You could have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot the deadly danger lurking in this photo before it strikes | The Sun

A DEADLY snake is lurking in this stony scene – you could have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot it.

The venomous juvenile brown snake was pictured making itself a home in a small gap in this set of stairs.

Snapped on Monday at Wirra Wirra Vineyards, in McLaren Vale south of Adelaide, social media users have been left baffled trying to locate the sneaky reptile.

The vineyard called Adelaide Snake Catchers and two days later the little brown snake was removed from the paved stairs.

The reptile catchers posted the shot of the cheeky serpent to their Facebook page, where followers were challenged to find the creature among the leaves and dirt.

"Oh my! Took me a bit to find him! Gosh he is tiny," one confused user wrote.


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“All I can see is bricks, dirt and leaves. Someone help me out here and tell me where it is please. Would love to know what I’m looking for,” said another.

A third joked: “I've been to spec savers and still couldn't see it”.

The vineyard staff kept a close eye on the sneaky reptile for about 40 minutes before 

Adelaide Snake Catcher’s Ange Broadstock arrived on the scene to remove it.

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“He took some getting out but now the staff can have their stairs back and they're happy,” said Broadstock.

Meanwhile another mischievous snake was also snapped in a seemingly innocent kitchen by Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7 and internet users were left puzzled at its whereabouts.

And a deadly snake is hidden in this green setting – you have the eyes of an eagle if you can spot it in five seconds.

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