Wall’s bronzed-back tree snake with a catch
Bronze coloration running from the top of the head all the way down the body through the tail. Yellowish green belly scales. Scales running down the sides have bright blue edges that show vividly when the snake puffs up in defensive posture. Large head relative to neck, big eyes and characteristic long tail found in many arboreal species. Black stripe run-in from the back of the eye to the start of the neck. Due to their largely arboreal nature Wall’s Bronzebacks are generally found in forested areas, often close to some water source. They have also been observed hunting on the ground for lizards. Also regularly found at forest edges and at varying elevations but generally a lowland species.