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Author 'Pgarnier' (Id 68988 ) : The green mamba. This African snake is a large snake (between 1, 80 and 2, 40 m) tree... He lives in the trees and completely disappear in the foliage. He stands motionless, waiting for prey from its scope. There, a relaxing lightning, he will strike like lightning : birds, lizard, bats, rodents, or other small mammals... It is also very fast (it can reach 20 km/hour. The tip of its tail is always black, can be distinguished from other species.

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> Nine >Reply Mar 27, 2010
: 3:: 1: Very, very, very beautiful picture of this green snake: 4:!
 > Author Pgarnier [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Mar 27, 2010
Thank you for the compliment. I must say that once again the photo was made through a window, and good reflections.
> Nicdud >Reply Dec 29, 2009
Small correction, not a green mamba, a snake, but Asian (Gonyosoma oxycephala), who is the tail dark, but completely harmless for non-venomous, although they are somewhat aggressive. If the zoo passes for the mamba, is to deceive the client: 7:!
> Vietkieu >Reply May 27, 2009
Very beautiful! I am in Vietnam and I saw and photographed a snake of this type I'd like to be identified. It has the same bright green but had a small horn at the end of the nose!
> La cri [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 15, 2009
It is absolutely excellent! Indeed, it blends with the foliage, this animal was ... I prefer to see the photo, you see, especially since it is perfect!
> Evie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 15, 2009
What! It is such a buoy foliage color please! Lord, we do not know who to trust! Bravo! Me, I had a good 'wheatear'! But it is truly superb! Thank you for this great shot!
> Chadam >Reply Feb 02, 2009
As always looking for images to illustrate my lessons, I again found what I wanted on this site! Thank you for the photo (very cool, my little PC will shudder!) And congratulations for the site.
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> Tymaxty >Reply Oct 10, 2008
The snake is well camouflaged by leaves and branches.
> Pink julie [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 02, 2008
I would not be this ficus for me to weave in this way it's a pity that we don't see his head anymore.
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 12, 2008
Thank you for this beautiful specimen of a snake and the interesting comment.
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