Top 10 Indian Species of Snakes from Natural Habitats - 2

Top 10 Indian Species of Snakes from Natural Habitats - 2



  • Indian Krait

The frequent krait or Indian krait is the species of venomous snake located from the jungles of the Indian Subcontinent and imposing the many snakebites on people in India. This species has a huge array of habitats within paddy fields, jungle,rat holesinside homes.

  • Banded Krait

Bungarus is a genus of venomous elapid snakes and Banded krait is the biggest species of kraits located on the planet. Banded krait snake located in the Indian Subcontinent and grow up to 2.1 m (6 feet ) and the biggest species of krait.

  • Russell Viper

Daboia or Russell's viper is one of the very dangerous snakes of Indian Subcontinent. Being a member of the large four snakes in India, Russel's Viper accountable for tens of thousands of deaths each year from Asia.

  • Pit Viper

Pit vipers are venomous snakes which use heat-sensing pits to search their prey,The venomous pit vipers species in India contains Malabar Pit Viper, Andaman Pit Viper,Mangrove pit viper,Bamboo Pit Viper and Horseshoe pit viper.

  • Indian Sand Boa

Red sand boa commonly called Indian sand boa that a nonvenomous boa species endemic of Indian Subcontinent and protected under the Wildlife Protection Act. Indian Sand Boas happens throughout the dryer regions of India,Poaching and smuggling of the monster is quite alarming.

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