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♂ Wild life photography green snake Emerald Tree Boa | Flickr

We're giving you some Plascon Daring Lime colour candy - one of my most favourite shades of green because it is so redolent of new foliage, life and energy!

professor-mod:  Emerald tree boa saying hello. With the mouth open you can see why they take the prize for the largest fangs of any non-venomous snakes.  They need them for holding on to birds in the wild that make up the largest part of their diet.  two more things to note are the little circle hole in the mouth, this is actually sort of a second nose, it allows them to breath as they swallow their prey. Also the row of boxlike scales above the mouth and below the eyes are heat pits. …

professor-mod: “ Emerald tree boa saying hello. With the mouth open you can see why they take the prize for the largest fangs of any non-venomous snakes. They need them for holding on to birds in the.

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