Snakes are always seen as the symbol of hatred and danger,but after going through this article you will change your mindset. You will say yes, they are also beautiful creatures of the nature.
1) Emerald Tree Boa –
Corallus caninus is a non-venomous boa species found in the rainforests of South America. No subspecies are currently recognized. Adults grow to about 6 feet (1.8 m) in length. They have highly developed front teeth that are likely proportionately larger than those of any other non-venomous snake.
2) Cobras Hood –
Cobra is a venomous snake belonging to the family Elapidae. However, not all snakes commonly referred to as cobras are of the same genus, or even of the same family. The name is short for cobra de capelo or cobra-de-capelo, which is Portuguese for “snake with hood”, or “hood-snake”.When disturbed, most of these snakes can rear up and spread their neck (or hood) in a characteristic threat display.
3) Blind snakes –
The Scolecophidia are an infra order of snakes. They range in size from 10-100 cm in length, but may only be as small as 2 mm. All are fossorial. Currently, 3 families and 12 genera are recognized. They are found on the island of Madagascar.
4) Albino Burmese Pythons –
The Burmese python is frequently captive-bred for color, pattern, and more recently size. Its albino form is especially popular and is the most widely available morph. They are white with patterns in butterscotch yellow and burnt orange. There are also “labyrinth” specimens, which have mazelike patterns; khaki-coloured “green”; and “granite”, which have many small angular spots. Breeders have recently begun working with an island lineage of Burmese pythons.
5) Bright Pink snake –
One of the most colorful snakes of the Madagascar. Its live on lizards and other small birds. Very small in size but beautiful pink color makes it lovely.
6) Albino Nelsoni –
The Nelson’s Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum nelsoni) is a type of king snake that is found in Mexico from southern Guanajuato and central Jaliscoto the Pacific Coast.It is also found on the narrow plains of northwestern Michoacánand on the Tres Marias Islands.The range of this snake appears to be tied to the proximity of watercourses, including ones utilized for irrigation and agriculture. It is a subspecies of the milksnake, Lampropeltis triangulum. It is similar in size to other king snakes, averaging 42 inches (110 cm) long, and like them, is nonvenomous.
7) Blue Coral Snake-
Calliophis bivirgatus, or Maticora bivirgata, commonly called the blue Malaysian coral snake is a venomous elapid snake. It was first described, as a new species in scientific literature, by Friedrich Boie in 1827.
8) Elephant Trunk Snake –
Commonly known as the Elephant Trunk Snake, though that name can be used for all members of this family, this species is the best known member of the wart snake family. It is found throughout southeastern Asia, particularly in Indonesia, northern Australia, and New Guinea. It is the largest member of its family. Like other wart snakes, it is totally aquatic, and feeds on fish.It hunts fish mostly at night.It’s specialize raised scales help it hold on to slippery fish.9)Langaha Nasuta –
It is a leaf nosed snake completely astonishing for everyone and depends upon the lizard for food. Its most interesting thing is its horn.
10) Horned Viper –
Cerastes are small snakes, averaging less than 50 cm in length, but are relatively stout in appearance. The head is broad, flat and distinct from the neck. The head is covered with tubercularly keeled scales, which usually number 15 or more across, and a supraorbital horn may be present over each eye in some species. The snout is short and wide and the eyes, which are set well forward, are small to moderate in size.
11) Black Mamba –
The black mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis) is the longest venomous snake in Africa, averaging around 2.5 meters (8.2 ft), and sometimes growing up to 4.3 meters (14 ft). Its name is derived from the black colouration inside the mouth rather than the actual colour of the skin which varies from dull yellowish-green to a gun-metal grey. It is the fastest snake in the world, capable of moving at 4.32 to 5.4 metres per second (16–20 km/h, 10–12 mph).
12) Western Brown Snake –
The Western Brown snake, or Gwarder, is a very fast, highly venomous snake native to Australia. Its colour and pattern is rather variable, depending largely on its location. It is most closely related to the Spotted Brown Snake, Speckled Brown Snake, Peninsula Brown Snake, Ingram’s Brown Snake, Ringed Brown Snake and Eastern Brown Snake. Some experts assert that the Western Brown’s wide variation in appearance and extensive distribution mean that Western Brown species in fact covers multiple related, but separate species.