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naturecosmos:

The Green vine snake is a green tree snake found in South east Asia. It normally feeds on frogs and lizards. They are slow moving and mainly rely on camouflage. When threatened, a vine snake expands its body and might open its mouth and point its head in the direction of the perceived threat.
Its venom is mild and causes swelling, with symptoms usually subsiding in three days. The photographer of this fabulous shot is Suhaas Premkumar
via buZzhunt.co.uk

naturecosmos:

The Green vine snake is a green tree snake found in South east Asia. It normally feeds on frogs and lizards. They are slow moving and mainly rely on camouflage. When threatened, a vine snake expands its body and might open its mouth and point its head in the direction of the perceived threat.

Its venom is mild and causes swelling, with symptoms usually subsiding in three days. The photographer of this fabulous shot is Suhaas Premkumar

via buZzhunt.co.uk