Red Tailed Racer (Red-tailed Green Ratsnake, Arboreal Rat Snake)
Gonyosoma oxycephalum (Colubridae), the Red Tailed Racer, is an arboreal species of ratsnake, living in the trees up to 10m above the ground.
This striking green snake with blue tongue is a renowned raider of birds nests, and with up to 2.4 m in total length, is amongst the largest of all the ratsnake species.
Red Tailed Racers can be found from Myanmar eastward to central Viet Nam, southward through the Malay Peninsula and Southeast Asia as far east as the Philippines and Lombok, Indonesia.
Photo credit: ©kkchome | Locality: Sarawak, Borneo, Malaysia
Green snake in trees,Animals(The red-tailed green ratsnake/Gonyosoma oxycephalum, also known as arboreal ratsnake and red-tailed racer)
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