Venomous | Aggressive | Fast
The red spitting cobra mainly found in dry savanna and semidesert areas of East Africa. The snake has reddish color scales with black neck strap just below the head.
The scales texture on the jewelry resembles the cobras distinguish feature, the hood or ventral scales, and the bow tie strap resembles the snakes black colored neck.
Recently discovered on a remote island in the Bahamas - the conception island bank, a new species of non-venomous Boa snake - The Silver Boa. It has a unique color among Bahamian Boa species with its silverish scales. This snake is considered critically endangered and is one of the most endangered Boa species globally.
Deadly | Sleek | Venomous
The black mamba is a species of highly venomous snake native to parts of sub-Saharan Africa.
Juvenile black mambas tend to be paler than adults and darken with age.
When threatened, the black mamba opens its inky-black mouth, spreads its narrow neck-flap and hisses.
One of the most venomous snakes in Latin America, The Golden Lancehead - a highly venomous pit viper species endemic to Ilha da Queimada Grande island, off the coast of São Paulo state, in Brazil. These vipers can reach an average length of 90 cm (35”) and their color pattern consists of a pale yellowish-brown ground color.