15 Most Precious & Beautiful Snake Breeds in the World

Almost every one grows up absolutely hating snakes. People find them disgusting and slimy and in all that, we tend to forget that not all snakes are gross and slimy, once you get there, you’ll realize that there are a lot of snakes that are actually really beautiful too! From beautifully green and totally pigment-less snakes to those that are literally rainbow-colored! … In this video, we’re going to be going over 15 of the rarest, most beautiful snake breeds in the entire world!

Malayan Blue Coral Snake

Malayan Blue Coral Snake

A stunning snake to see, the Malayan blue coral snake is, as it’s common name indicates, is a vibrant electrice blue in color with deep blacks on the dorsum and bright red head, tail and ventrals. This species can also be quite long, approaching and sometimes exceeding 2m in length, but remaining quite thin. Their head is small relative to their body with no obvious transition between the head and neck. Their tails are moderate length with split subcadal scales and a single anal plate.

Ahaetulla Prasina Snake

Ahaetulla Prasina Snake

The body form is extremely slender with a long, pointed, projecting snout which is rather more than twice as long as the eye. Adult colouration varies from light brown to dull yellow-green and often a startling fluorescent green.
Adults may attain 1.8 m (6 feet) in total length, with a tail 0.6 m (2 feet) long.
Its appearance is very much like those of South American vine snakes. It is a rear-fanged species and is mildly venomous but is not considered a threat to humans.

High Yellow Green Tree Python Snake

High Yellow Green Tree Python Snake

The green tree python (Morelia viridis) is one of the most fascinating and colorful snakes enjoyed by herpetoculturists. Often referred to by hobbyists and breeders as the “chondro,” based on the snake’s original genus of Chondropython, this small to medium-sized arboreal species is indigenous to New Guinea and some of the surrounding islands, as well as the Cape York Peninsula of northern Australia.
This slender snake often appears smaller than it actually is, due to its habit of perching on a branch in a compact, inner-looped posture. Adults average 4 to 5 feet in length, but can exceed 6 feet. Highly nocturnal, green tree pythons seldom move during daylight hours, and combined with its beautiful colors, this makes this python a less-threatening snake to encounter for people who are unaccustomed to captive snakes.

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