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Oriental Whip Snake



All Ahaetulla species are characterized by thin, elongated bodies, with extremely long tails and a sharply triangular shaped head. They are primarily green in color, but can vary quite a bit to yellows, oranges, greys, and browns. They can have black and/or white patterning, or can be solid in color. Their eyes are unique in the reptile world, having keen binocular vision and keyhole shaped pupils.

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AnjaliAnantharam 9 years ago

Please join and add to the mission ..

Elsa 9 years ago


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Pahang, Malaysia

Spotted on Jan 28, 2011
Submitted on Nov 27, 2011

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