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This slender snake blends in well with vines and other plant material while climbing among the trees in search of prey. Their diet is comprised mainly of frogs (and their eggs) and lizards (primarily anoles).
Forested, secondary growth, and plantation areas in lowland moist and wet forests, premontane most and wet forests, rainforest, and lower montane wet and rainforests.
I got lucky and spotted this snake on a tree trunk while hiking through a forest at night. Also known as "chunk-headed snake" and "blunthead tree snake."
Spotted on Jun 6, 2007
Submitted on Jan 14, 2012
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