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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What is the animal Philodrias known for?

Philodrias is a genus of snakes that are native to South America and are commonly called green snakes.
They have distinct heads, large eyes, cylindrical or slightly compressed bodies, and long tails.
They have rear fangs that can inject venom, which can cause hemorrhage, edema, and neurotoxic effects in humans and animals.
There are 20 recognized species of Philodrias, with different geographic ranges and habitats.

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What does the Philodrias look like?

The Philodrias is a genus of green snakes that live in South America.
They have rear fangs that can inject venom into their prey, which include rodents, lizards, birds and frogs.
They are arboreal and active during the day, and can grow up to 180 cm long.
Some of them have a nasal protuberance that is more developed in males.
They are oviparous, meaning they lay eggs.
They are also known as green racers.

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