Mangrove Snake: Boiga dendrophila
Distribution and Habitat
Humid regions throughout Asia.
Mangrove snakes, though thought to primarily reside in mangrove swamps, can also be found lowland rainforests.
Covered in glossy smooth black scales, the Mangrove snake can be identified by their distinct yellow bands that stretch along their body.
With over 9,000 species in the Colubridae family, the mangrove snake is specifically venomous, with a majority being harmless.