Bug-Eyed House Snake (Boaedon mentalis)

Unique 1/1
  • Bug-Eyed House Snake (Boaedon mentalis)
  • The Bug-Eyed House Snake feeds on rodents or lizards. It is completely harmless and relies on muscle power to constrict its prey. This snake is active at night and is relatively slow-moving. Most individuals are medium to dark brown with a mother-of-pearl belly and two yellowish lines on either side of the head – one from the nose through the top of the eye to the back of the head and the other from the back of the eye to the angle of the jaw.
  • 0xb2ed13b3ab64bc368d46f70af7079c96d323db44
  • 3/22/2022, 4:02:27 AM
  • DaVinci Images
  • wvzphotos collection
  • wvzphotos collection
  • snakes reptiles animals wildlife nature outdoors snake reptile animal
  • 10 ONE / 0.24 USD
    10 % in royalties go to the author
    CHECK IMAGE
  • One payment confirmation required
  • Orders
    DateTypeOrderSellerQtyPriceStatusOriginal
    3/22/2022 Sale 0x6587da9f 0x4905d855 1 10.0000 Open

    Comments

    Be the first to comment

    Max 1000 characters