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Tiger Snake 2024 1oz Silver Bullion Australia's Most Dangerous Series

Limited mintage of just 25,000 coins

Fifth release in the Australia's Most Dangerous following on from the Redback Spider, Great White Shark, Desert Scorpion and Box Jellyfish

Reverse features a Tiger Snake slithers on grass

Obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth designed by Jody Clark Australian legal tender

Struck in BU finish in 1oz of .999 fine silver

The Tiger Snake inhabits much of southern Australia and is known for its striking black and yellow bands, however some Tiger Snakes are without these bold markings. The dark bands allow the snakes to better absorb heat during the short growing season. If threatened, Tiger Snakes can become aggressive, and their bite releases toxic venom, which can be fatal to humans.

Impressively, Tiger Snakes can swim and climb. They can remain submerged underwater for up to nine minutes and have also been found up to 10 metres above ground. They frequently inhabit watery areas including dams, creeks, swamps and wetlands.

Tiger Snakes hunt during the day and feed on different animals including birds, mammals, fish, frogs, tadpoles and carrion. After mating, a female Tiger Snake produces a sac containing up to 64 young. Once the young have broken free of the sac, the baby snakes are entirely independent.

Tiger Snake 2024 1oz Silver Bullion Australia's Most Dangerous Series

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Featuring the Tiger Snake, this silver investment coin is struck to the Royal Australian Mint’s brilliant uncirculated finish. Known for its distinctive black and yellow banding, the Tiger Snake populates much of southern Australia.

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Tiger Snake 2024 1oz Silver Bullion Australia's Most Dangerous Series

Limited mintage of just 25,000 coins

Fifth release in the Australia's Most Dangerous following on from the Redback Spider, Great White Shark, Desert Scorpion and Box Jellyfish

Reverse features a Tiger Snake slithers on grass

Obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth designed by Jody Clark Australian legal tender

Struck in BU finish in 1oz of .999 fine silver

The Tiger Snake inhabits much of southern Australia and is known for its striking black and yellow bands, however some Tiger Snakes are without these bold markings. The dark bands allow the snakes to better absorb heat during the short growing season. If threatened, Tiger Snakes can become aggressive, and their bite releases toxic venom, which can be fatal to humans.

Impressively, Tiger Snakes can swim and climb. They can remain submerged underwater for up to nine minutes and have also been found up to 10 metres above ground. They frequently inhabit watery areas including dams, creeks, swamps and wetlands.

Tiger Snakes hunt during the day and feed on different animals including birds, mammals, fish, frogs, tadpoles and carrion. After mating, a female Tiger Snake produces a sac containing up to 64 young. Once the young have broken free of the sac, the baby snakes are entirely independent.