Tête d'un serpent

Tête d'un serpent
Tête d'un serpent: tête d'un reptile dépourvu de membres, de forme allongée et cylindrique.
Vue latérale: vue de côté de la tère du serpent.
Vue supérieure: vue de dessus de la tête du serpent.
Vue inférieure: vue de dessous de la tête du serpent.

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EN : Emerald tree boa
FR : Boa vert
ES : Boa esmeralda


Emerald tree boas are typically a shade of emerald green in color with a white irregular zigzag stripe down the back and a yellow underside. The bright coloration and markings are very distinctive among South American snakes. The emerald tree boa is a nocturnal carnivore. During the day, the snake typically coils itself on top of a branch, with its head perched at the center. However at night, it will remain coiled on its branch, but will extend its neck pointing beneath it, curled as if about to strike. It will then hold still in this position, waiting for prey to approach directly underneath it.

Animation : Serpents

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