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Mother's picture of 2-year-old daughter photobombed by massive brown snake

Mother's picture of 2-year-old daughter photobombed by massive brown snake

But a more thorough look will reveal that a snake, identified as from the eastern brown variety, was gliding dangerously near Molly.

Mrs Dickinson said she had never seen a snake that big near her property before.

'I think they must have disturbed the snake when they got off the bus because it was heading from their direction - I am just glad my blissfully unaware child was the one closest.

When Dickinson looked closer at the photos, she realized the "bark" was actually a brown snake, which is responsible for the most snake related deaths in Australia, according to Buzzfeed News.

She heard something move but thought it was nothing but the windy weather.

The Eastern brown snake is considered the second deadliest land snake in the world.

Ms Dickinson was waiting for her older children when she chose to click a photo of her two-year-old.

"When I looked up it was already halfway past, I could see the tail between Molly's legs". Though it moved away from Molly, it was still a terrifying threat.

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"My initial instinct was to run and grab her but I thought 'no if I do that the snake might come back.' I froze and luckily she copied me".

The spot where the snake was seen is "right next to the mailbox" and just metres from the seat the children sit on to wait for the bus.

An Australian mum got the shock of her life when taking a photo of her daughter this week.

The mother told The New Zealand Herald that she noticed that something was moving but presumed it to be a tree bark due to the strong winds.

'I didn't realise what I was photographing at the time.

"It was horrifying - luckily it was over in seconds".

"I checked her for bite marks still", she told The Wimmera Mail-Times.

'The kids use that area all the time and usually ride their bikes down the driveway past where the snake was.


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