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Giri's bronzeback tree snake

Dendrelaphis giri

Notes:

Found this one near a bridge..



28 Comments (1–25)

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

Thanks, Gopal Murali.. I stand corrected.. This is the newly discovered snake "Dendrelaphis giri " just got this one confirmed by one of the experts... :)

Paulo Sevilla
Paulo Sevilla 2 years ago

Beautiful, I love it !

MaryEvans2
MaryEvans2 2 years ago

Incredible spotting and photo series. Wow that is one long snake.

ChimeTsetan
ChimeTsetan 2 years ago

@ Anjali, please consider adding this spotting and any other snakes to the mission Snakes of peninsular India. Thank you :)
http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8177...

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

Thanks, Sanjay...

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

Got your point ..Thank u

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 2 years ago

Once it become Global then no problem. Now it is just Local mission. Actually only Project Noah Technical team is making Global Missions. So please understand this case.

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

Nothing wrong in asking people to join ...

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 2 years ago

Hi Anjali... Be patient...
Reptile Mission is just of 300 miles of distance... Needed help of Project Noah support team to turn it Global mission..!!

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

Textless.. Thank you

textless
textless 2 years ago

Great photos, and a lovely, delicate snake.

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

CoralAvery, Thank you... :)

CoralAvery
CoralAvery 2 years ago

Adorable! It is a very tiny looking snake too-nice captures. :)

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

Thanks, Leuba..

Leuba Ridgway
Leuba Ridgway 2 years ago

beautiful photos of a beautiful snake. thanks

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

ctsetan, Satyen ... Thank you..

Wild Things
Wild Things 2 years ago

Great spotting Anjali.

ChimeTsetan
ChimeTsetan 2 years ago

thats nice :) such a slender snake and you got his pic in crisp focus with that beautiful water background. BRAVO Anjali.

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

@ Emma: I'm not sure of the length ..Its a long, graceful tree snake.They are known to forage on land and at the edge of water.

Hema Shah
Hema Shah 2 years ago

@ Anjali,how long was the snake!!

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

@ ctsetan.. Have added another photograph which will give you a better idea on where the snake was..

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

Thanks, ctsetan.. There is water in the background..If you observe closely u can see some droplets on the snake as well.. This one was hanging on a wodden log tht supported the bridge...

ChimeTsetan
ChimeTsetan 2 years ago

wonderful pics Anjali... whats the background ??

AnjaliAnantharam
AnjaliAnantharam 2 years ago

Yeah, they are arboreal so maybe it helps .. :)

Karnataka, India

Lat: 13.31, Long: 75.77

Spotted on Dec 26, 2010
Submitted on Nov 26, 2011

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