These highly arboreal snakes are able to flatten their lightweight yet muscular bodies to glide from tree to tree.
As its name suggests, the tentacled snake has two small “tentacles” protruding from the top of its snout.
This strange serpent has several common names, including the Javan mudsnake and Javan tubercle snake.
These snakes are instantly recognizable thanks to their brightly colored, heavily keeled scales.
Interestingly, a rattlesnake’s rattle is not present from birth! It actually grows with the snake as it matures.
True to their name, vine snakes are usually green in color with remarkably slender bodies and typically long.
Cerastes, commonly known as the desert horned viper, are amongst the most distinct of the North African desert snakes.
If you were to ever see this incredibly weird snake in the wild, you’d almost definitely mistake it for an earthworm!
These weird snakes typically live in very warm waters in tropical coastal areas near southern Africa, Southeast Asia.
It's most are shades of brown, beige, and tan. This drab color helps them blend in well with their surroundings.