Ahaetulla prasina, commonly known as the Asian vine snake or the Oriental whipsnake, is a widespread tree snake found in Asia
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Dimensions:4256 x 2831 px | 36 x 24 cm | 14.2 x 9.4 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:12 April 2009
Location:Luang Prabang, Laos, Asia
Ahaetulla prasina, commonly known as the Asian vine snake or the Oriental whipsnake, is a widespread species of tree snake found in South Asia and Southeast Asia. This elegant snake is arboreal and lives in bushes and trees. It is common in many of our wild places, including urban gardens and coastal areas. But is it well camouflaged and often overlooked as a green vine. Indeed, it is also called the Green vine snake. It is active during the day as well as at night. It is found throughout Southeast Asia. It was previously known as Dryophis prasinus.