Green vine snakes are usually found in the tropical and monsoon rain forests native to India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia and enjoy a high level of humidity. The Green Vine Snakes is arboreal, meaning they live on trees, and therefore can perfectly blend with branches and leaves.
The green vine snake has a scaly yet smooth skin with a bright green color, but they can also be slightly brown with yellow stripes, but this is not what makes the green vine snake special.
The green vine snake is known for their binocular vision and their existence largely relies on camouflaging, but when in threat, they open their mouth and aggressively point towards the direction of threat, revealing their majestic pattern before striking their prey.
Their poison might not be lethal for humans, but they are still considered very dangerous, because they can turns a human blind. They deliver their venom with large furrowed teeth in the back of their jaws and chew repeatedly.
Although they aren’t considered very violent; they will frequently inflate their throats. These species are viviparous, meaning that they give birth to their young within their bodies. They also have the ability to delay their fertilization.
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