southern tree snake
The southern forest snake is a large snake species found all throughout the jungles of Talam, Cocar, Elendrum, and northern Amala.
Ecology and Habitats
The southern tree snake lives in jungles. The southern tree snake usually found curled up in large trees, and they strike downwards at animals walking under the trees and then eat them.
Dietary Needs and Habits
The southern tree snake hides in large trees, and strike down at anything walking under the tree. Southern tree snakes have powerful venom and they only need to bite their prey once and they will seize up and die within a matter of minutes.
Geographic Origin and Distribution
Southern tree snakes live in the jungles of southern Sundra, in Cocar, Talam, northern Amala, and southern Elendrum.
- Average Length
- 80 feet (24.3 meters)
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