Green Spit Viper


The Green Bornean Spit Viper seen in steady position at the branch of trees inside the forest of Tabin Wildlife Reserve in Lahad Datu, Sabah, Malaysia.

Venomous snakes of this family of are most easily identified by a pair of deep “pits” that can be found between the nostril and the eye. These pits are actually heat sensing organs that allow the snakes to see in infrared an invaluable sixth sense for a predator that often hunts at night. 

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