Blanding's tree snake (Toxicodryas (Boiga) blandingii), Kakamega forest, Kenya.
Female Usambara eyelash viper (Atheris ceratophorus), sheds its skin off. Eastern Usambara Mountains, Tanzania.
|Juvenile Rhinoceros viper (Bitis nasicornis), Uganda-Zaire border|
| Plumbeous water snake (Enhydris plumbea). Northern Vietnam.|
Oriental whip snake (Ahaetulla prasina) in Singapore. The keyhole shape of the pupil and the narrow snout along with the grooves front of the eye are enhancing the binocular vision of this snake which is essential in its native arboreal environment.
Rhinoceros viper (Bitis nasicornis), Uganda-Zaire border.
Mount Kenya bush viper (Atheris desaixi), Kenya.
Yellow-lipped sea krait (Laticauda colubrina) in southwest Palawan, Philippines. Sea kraits inhabit two worlds, the sea and the land. They feed in the sea on eels and have several adaptations for swimming and diving not found in terrestrial snakes. However, they return to land for digestion of food, sloughing their skin, mating and laying eggs. This is the largest species of sea snake, and known to occur in high densities on small tropical islands.