• Image of Brown Vine Snake and Plumeria
  • Image of Brown Vine Snake and Plumeria
  • Image of Brown Vine Snake and Plumeria
  • Image of Brown Vine Snake and Plumeria

8x10 printed area on cold press fine art paper. Signed, limited edition of 30 prints. You will receive the lowest edition number currently available; shipped flat with rigid support.

“Vine snakes are slender, elongated creatures hardly a half-inch in diameter. They can grow to 6.5 feet long, are equipped with rear fangs and mild venom. They are slow-moving, active in both the daytime and at night, feeding mainly on young birds and lizards. If threatened, vine snakes will puff up the front of their bodies, in turn revealing vivid coloration usually hidden under scales, and they open their mouths wide. They lie amid the branches of forest trees; proportions and coloration making them almost indistinguishable from creepers and vines. A frightened snake may also sway from side to side like a stem in the breeze.”

(This print does not arrive framed; image as example only.)

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