9 Breathtaking Snake Pictures

Western Diamondback Rattlesnake
Western Diamondback Rattlesnake. Photo by Audrey Snider-Bell
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The Cobras.org team has collected for you a prestige selection of some of the most beautiful snake pictures taken in recent years, ranging from Green Snakes, Rattlesnakes, Vine Snakes, Cobra Snakes and more.

1) The Green Snake Portrait taken by Tambako the Jaguar in 2012, it shows a beautiful portrait of a Green Snake on a branch. CC license here.

2) The Vine Snake taken by Ron Santiago in 2008, this is definitely one of the prettiest snake pictures we’ve seen lately, of an Oxybelis Aeneus, known as the Vine Snake. CC license here.

3) The Western Diamondback Rattlesnake taken by Audrey Snider-Bell. Are you afraid as well?

4) Snake eats Toad taken by Scott Oves in 2011 in South Carolina, this is with no doubt among the best hunting snake pictures, as they devour a Toad. CC license here.

5) The Mojave Green Rattlesnake taken by David O. in 2011 this majestic picture reveals the Mojave Green Rattlesnake, who has venom that is considered to be one of the most potentially deadly of all North American snakes. CC License here.

6) Parrot Snake taken by Geoff Gallice in 2012 in Panama, this image captures the beauty of a Leptophis ahaetulla, known also as the Parrot Snake. This species is of the Colubridae family of snakes. CC license here.

7) Two Albino Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnakes taken by Greyloch in 2013, this is absolutely one of the best snake pictures of the year, depicting two Albino Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnakes. CC license here.

8) Baby Northern Water Snake taken by Andrew Russell in 2013, this beautiful image captures a baby northern water snake. CC License here.

9) And lastly, behold the majestic face of King Cobra taken by Mark Dumont. CC License here.

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