Boomslang (Treesnake)— de Wets Wild

Dispholidus typus The highly venomous but rather shy Boomslang (Afrikaans for “Treesnake”) occurs in parts of all South Africa’s provinces, occupying fynbos, savanna, thicket and forest habitats. It is also widely distributed over much of the rest of sub-Saharan Africa. The Boomslang is diurnal, arboreal and very agile, hunting by sight for chameleons, lizards, geckos, […]

via Boomslang — de Wets Wild

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