The Sri Lankan pit viper, endemic to Sri Lanka, has green and black coloration, triangular head, and hemotoxic venom. Its bite is dangerous to humans.
The vine snake has a geometric pattern, green body, beak-like snout, and arboreal habits. It is non-venomous but faces threats from development and collection.
The green tree python is a nonvenomous snake found in rainforests. It has vivid green coloration, prehensile tail, and hunts small mammals and reptiles.
The endangered San Francisco garter snake is a beautiful serpent found in California. It has a colorful pattern, feeds on fish and frogs, and faces threats from pesticides.
The venomous and colorful eyelash pit vipers are found in forests across the Americas. They have a rough texture, live near water, and hunt small mammals, birds, frogs, and lizards.
The banded sea krait, also known as the yellow-lipped sea krait, is a beautiful snake found in tropical waters. It hunts in the ocean, lays eggs on land, and poses little threat to humans.
The Brazilian rainbow boa is a beautiful snake known for its iridescent scales. It inhabits rainforests and uses constriction to capture prey.
The Formosa odd-scaled snake is a small, nonvenomous species with rainbow iridescence. It is found in Taiwan and Japan, and feeds on earthworms and frogs.
Corn snakes, including the scaleless variety, are colorful and popular pet snakes. They have a docile nature, are nonvenomous, and exhibit unique characteristics such as scaleless bodies and single-piece skin shedding.