Mexican Vine Snake
About Mexican Vine Snake
Mexican Vine snakes are very slender snakes. They resemble sticks or vines, which helps them to stay camouflaged.
They prey on lizards, creeping up on them and injecting them with venom. The Mexican Vine snake’s venomous teeth are in the back of its mouth. This makes it rarely dangerous to humans because its small mouth is really only able to bite small animals.
These snakes build dens underground and lay three to five eggs at a time.