BLUE MALAYSIAN CORAL SNAKE
This is a portrait of a Blue Malayan Coral Snake. It’s one of the most spectacular snakes in Malaysia and not to mention one of of the deadliest as well. It is also found in It is found in western Indonesia, Cambodia, Singapore, and Thailand.
Despite it’s highly toxic venom, there are few reported deaths from bites of this species due to its highly secretive nature. They are semi-nocturnal and live in the leaf litter o the jungle floor. They feed almost exclusively on other snakes, including their own species, but will also consume lizards, frogs and birds..
It is a medium-sized coral snake with a slender body. Adults are usually 140 centimetres (5 ft) in length, though larger specimens have been captured. The color is indigo or deep blue with light blue or white stripes along each side of the body. The head, venter, and tail are usually bright red. It has a blunt snout with a pair of small eyes on the sides of the head. Source
Levi rests so majestically on his branch. I can’t help but pester him for photos.
Good job he’s a poser.
this is Tânia, a very temperamental snake heheh
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