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Green-headed Treesnake (Mexican Parrot Snake)

Leptophis mexicanus

Habitat:

Ruins at Tulum.

Notes:

My wife Bridgette who is terrified of snakes managed to find one by almost sitting on it. As she sat on a rock it hissed at her, cue vertical take-off and ignoring my assurances that it was only a Green-headed Tree Snake (Parrot Snake) and it wasn’t poisonous she stood well back whilst I got a picture. This was the same species of snake she had run away from in Belize last year.

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