Asian whip snake, Oriental whip snake, Long-nosed Vine Snake, Gr

This kind of serpent lives in trees so it is called arboreal. It is viviparous (the babies are expelled not from eggs, but just like mamals). The babies are frequently born still surrounded by a membrane. Little is known about its mating behaviour and season. Its gestation period is assumed to be around 6 months. The number of babies varies from 3 to 15 with extreme cases which reach well into t.

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