Top 10 Snakes with Biggest Eyes
Big-Eyed Ratsnake:is a colubrid snake genus. It is one of the numerous colubrid genera commonly known as “rat snakes.” They are native throughout Taiwan but more widespread in the north.
Boomslang Snake:is a moderately slender, venomous snake belonging to the Colubridae family. It’s endemic in Sub-Saharan Africa. South Africa, Eswatini, Mozambique, Botswana, Namibia.
Blunt-Headed Tree Snake: is a mildly venomous rear-fanged snake in the Colubridae family. Mexico, Central America, and South America are home to the species.
Banded Cat-Eyed Snake:is a small, mildly venomous colubrid snake that thrives in the New World. Dry and moist forests, forest borders, and regions near swamps .
Common Big-Eyed Snake:belongs to the Lamprophiidae family of snakes. It is native to Madagascar and thrives in the center and southern regions of the island.
Large-Eyed Pit Viper:is a Southeast Asian poisonous pit viper species. “Large-eyed pit viper” and “green pit viper” are two common names for this snake.
Rough-Scaled Bush Viper:Atheris hispida is a venomous viper species endemic to Central Africa. It is known for its excessively keeled dorsal scales that give it a bristly appearance.
Green Whip Snake: also known as the western whip snake (Hierophis viridiflavus), belongs to the Colubridae family of snakes. They thrive from southern Thailand and southern Myanmar.
Yellow-Faced Whip Snake:is a poisonous snake belonging to the Elapidae family, which includes many hazardous snakes. It is indigenous to Australia, found in different environments.
Large-Eyed Green Tree Snake:also known commonly as the splendid dagger-tooth tree snake, is venomous in the Colubridae family endemic to Africa.