Top 10 Colorful Snakes 

Checkered Belly Snake: Checker-bellied snakes are nocturnal species that are seldom seen during the day unless the conditions are similar to those of the night.

Asian Vine Snake : is a snake species native to southern Asia in the Colubridae family. It is also known as the Asian vine snake, Boie’s whip snake, Gunther’s whip snake, and Oriental whip snake.

Black-Banded Sea Krait: Banded sea kraits are also called yellow-lipped sea kraits because of the yellow upper lip above their black heads and the black stripes adorning their white bodies.

Blue Malayan Coral Snake:is a colorful snake that dwells in Southeast Asia’s rainforests. It lacks bands, unlike its North American counterparts.

Paradise Tree Snake:sometimes known as the paradise flying snake, is a kind of snake found in Southeast Asia. The basic color of this snake is black, and it appears to be covered with spherical dots.

Gold-Ringed Cat Snake:also known as the gold-ringed cat snake, is a subspecies of the Boiga dendrophila. At first glance, you might think that this snake looks exactly like a bumblebee. 

Sunbeam Snake: has iridescent scales that reflect practically every color in the rainbow. Underneath each scale is a coating of black pigment that enhances the shine.

White-Lipped Island Pit Viper: often known as the white-lipped pit viper or white-lipped tree viper, is a poisonous pit viper indigenous to Southeast Asia. 

Corn Snake:is a kind of rat snake native to North America that uses constriction to subdue its victim. It may be found throughout the southeastern and central United States.

San Francisco Garter Snake:Our list starts with the colorful snake known as the San Francisco garter snake. This snake is a small, multicolored subspecies of the ordinary garter snake. 

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