Rhynchophis boulengeri, Vietnamese Longnose Snake,

02 Oct 2010
Description

First described by mocquard in 1897 and named after the well known Belgian-British biologist D.A Boulenger. These animals occur in Northern Vietnam and the South of China, mainly between the ground and the middle layer of the rain forest. Rhinos are beautiful, slender, green snakes. Their pointed flexible nose attracts attention. Most animals show some black and/or white/blue between their green scales.

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