Most people don’t think of snakes as beautiful in any way. Snakes usually give people the impression that they are dangerous, smart, cold, and sneaky. But when you see the pictures in this article, you will have to change your mind. Snakes are very pretty animals. They are very beautiful and have a wild charm that no other animal can match.
1. Texas Rat Snake
The Rat Snake is a common snake in the United States. The Texas Rat Snake is a subspecies of the Rat Snake. This species, which is native to Texas, is different from the other Rat Snakes because of the way their colors vary from one another. The Texas Rat Snake can be olive brown, albino, red and orange spotted, or leucistic, which is a type of s. The Rat Snake can bite, but it does not have poison. This makes it a popular pet, especially the tan ones.
2. Emerald Green Pit Viper
Let’s start with a fairly new find. The Emerald Green Pit Viper was found for the first time in 2002 in the eastern Himalayas in Burma. This snake is very green and poisonous. The males have red eyes and red and white stripes, while the females have yellow eyes and mostly white stripes. They can get at least 4.5 feet long, but since they are a relatively new discovery in the world of reptiles, there may be a lot we still don’t know about them, like how big they can get.
3. Brazilian Rainbow Boa
The Brazilian rainbow boa lives in the Amazon River basin, along the coasts of Guyana, French Guiana, Suriname, and southern Venezuela. The Brazilian rainbow boa lives on land most of the time. It lives in humid woodland forests and sometimes in open savannas. The base color of a Rainbow Boa ranges from orange to a dark red. He has dark spots and stripes, but what gives this creature its name is its highly iridescent glow that seems to give off every color of the rainbow. This snake can get as long as five to six feet long, and some of them can even get as long as six and a half feet.
4. Honduran Milk Snake
The Honduran Milk Snake is known to live on the forest floor and in grasslands in lowland subtropical areas of Honduras, Nicaragua, and the northernmost part of Costa Rica. It is one of several milksnake subspecies that look very similar. It lives in Central America and northwestern South America. It is a big, strong constrictor. Adults are usually 4 to 5 feet long, but some have been found to be as long as 7 feet. Hondurans can be found anywhere from sea level to 5,000 feet up in the mountains. Close to the equator, the weather rarely changes much from one season to the next.
5. Emerald Tree Boa
The Emerald Tree Boa lives in many parts of South America, including along the Amazon River. On average, they are about 6 feet long, but they can grow as long as 9 feet. Most of the time, they eat small mammals, but sometimes they eat birds, lizards, and frogs. Because of their slow metabolism, they can go several months without eating. Even though they are two different species, Emerald Tree Boas look a lot like Green Tree Pythons, which are related to the High Yellow Green Tree Python.
6. Blue Coral Snake
Calliophis bivirgata, or blue coral snakes, live in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand. They live in lowland tropical forests with lots of water. Its head, tail, and middle are all red. The back is dark blue to black, and each side usually has a large stripe of blue or white. They have a type of venom that most snakes don’t have, and their venom glands are the largest of any snake. They are more than a quarter of the length of their bodies. Blue coral snakes are carnivores that eat other poisonous snakes. They are sometimes called “Killers of killers” because they eat other poisonous snakes.
7. California Red-sided Garter Snake
Garter snakes with red sides in California are more than just pretty faces. Herpetologists and people who own them as pets think they are great friends. California red-sided garter snakes should be high on anyone’s list of the best snakes to keep as pets because of their unique colors and slim, long bodies. Garter snakes in California can grow to be about 3 feet long at most. But they are very thin, which makes them quick and light. Many other snakes can’t move as quickly or as quickly as these snakes can.
8. Blue Viper Snake
Even though that blue viper is beautiful, you really shouldn’t touch it. It’s not the kind of animal you want to mess with. As a species, white-lipped pit vipers usually live in the bushlands and bamboo forests of Southeast Asia. However, they are known to sneak into populated areas in search of mice and lizards. Even though their venom rarely s, getting bit by a white-lipped island pit viper is an extremely unpleasant experience. These snakes have a venom, which can cause, swelling, swells of the flesh, and severe, both internally and externally. While their venom rarely s, getting bit by one is incredibly unpleasant.