Reptilian Tuesday is taking us to the rainforests of Southeast Asia! We’re off to find a gorgeous reptile in the trees! So grab your climbing gear and your binoculars and let’s head out on today’s adventure!


   Range/Habitat: South-Southeast Asia/ rainforest, parks

   Diet: Carnivore: rodents

   Length: 3 ¼-4 ¼ ft

   Conservation Status: common



Fun Facts:

  • Golden tree snakes are also known as the Flying snake.
  • They can glide among the trees.
  • Golden tree snakes are arboreal (spend their lives in trees).
  • They have slender bodies.
  • They have green scales with black on the tips.
  • Golden tree snakes are venomous, but not harmful to humans.

We know snakes don’t get much love, but they are such an important part of the environment and without them we would all be in trouble!


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