Strangest Snakes in the World

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Our world is full of strange creatures. Some of those creatures look very beautiful to see but are harmful to human. Some of them can even kill humans in just a few minutes. In our environment, there are some 3000 species of snakes, the world’s most dangerous creature. These species appear in various strange appearances and lifestyles. Here is the list of the strangest snakes in the world.


Emerald Tree Boa is a green snake with white bands. It is known as one of the most colorful and beautiful snakes in the world. This non-venomous snake can be found in the rainforests of South America. Like other snakes, the Emerald Tree Boa is cold-blooded. It grows to be about 2.2m long.


Emerald Tree Boas

Emerald Tree Boas


These blind snakes have lived in the islands of Madagascar for a long time. The species, which acts like worms, grows to some 30cm long. Different from worms, these blind snakes have backbones and tiny scales.


Blind Snake

Blind Snake


The snake Liophidium Pattoni grows to about 40 centimeters. With the bright pink on the back, Liophidium Pattoni is named as one of the strangest snakes in Madagascar. The preys of this snake are small rodents and lizards.


Bright Pink Snake

Bright Pink Snake


Blue coral snakes live in the rainforest in Southeast Asia. Blue coral snakes are known to be highly venomous snakes, which hunt for prey during the night.

Blue coral snakes live in the rainforest in Southeast Asia. Blue coral snakes are known to be highly venomous snakes, which hunt for prey during the night


The California Red-sided Garter snake is considered to be the most colorful snake in North America. Their home Point Reyes pond is currently drained and all of this pond’s inhabitants are being killed.


California Red-sided Garter snake

California Red-sided Garter snake


The Albino Burmese Python is one among the snakes raised as a pet. Although this snake is quite docile, they will become very dangerous if you don’t know how to handle them, especially when they are hungry. This species must have a healthy dose of caution before being kept in your house as a pet.


Albino Burmese Pythons

Albino Burmese Pythons


The snake Albino Nelsoni is a non-venomous snake found in Mexico. This type of king snake grows to 110cm long and has 13 to 18 red rings. These snakes often eat birds, rodents, lizards and amphibians.


Albino Nelsoni

Albino Nelsoni

 

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This article was published on 2011/08/18