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Neotropical Bird-eating Snake
Neotropical Bird-eating Snake (Pseustes poecilonotus: Colubridae) also called Puffing Snake. 1.52-1.83 m (60-72 in) long. Non venomous.
Habitat
Tropical humid lowland broadleaf forest at 86 m (283 ft) elevation. Grounds planted to attract birds and butterflies (Lantana, Porterweed, Firebush, etc.).
Location
Canopy Camp, Darién Province, Panamá.
Date taken
December 2021
Scientific name
Pseustes poecilonotus
Equipment used
Canon
looks a bit like a cobra, Stanley, wonderful photo of this impressive snake, superb details and colors, love it, many tfs!!
 
Eeek! I’m peeking from behind a cushion, Stanley!
 

Media information

Category
Reptiles
Added by
Stanley Jones
Date added
View count
196
Comment count
5

Image metadata

Device
Canon Canon EOS R5
Aperture
ƒ/7.1
Focal length
500.0 mm
Exposure time
1/1250 second(s)
ISO
3200
Filename
Bird-eating Snake, Canopy Camp, Darien.jpg
File size
1 MB
Date taken
Thu, 09 December 2021 2:00 AM
Dimensions
1024px x 634px

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