Crimson Red Squamigera For Sale Bush Viper
The Crimson Red Squamigera For Sale Bush Viper is an arboreal snake that spends most of its time perched on trees or in other elevated areas. As such, it has a skin color that adjusts depending on where it usually spends its time. It is often called the Variable Bush Viper because of how its color tends to vary. There are times that it is color yellow or green, which are the more common colors. However, there are also times when the Bush Viper is red, blue, or black. It really depends on where the snake is found as its color adjusts to the environment as a means of camouflage.
Speaking of which, the Bush Viper also tends to change colors depending on what stage it is in its life cycle. Again, the color varies depending on its environment. It may start out as yellow or orange after birth and transition to brown later on in life but will soon end up becoming green during adulthood. This color change is what makes the Bush Viper an attractive pet to work with as many reptile owners are fascinated with the color variations of this reptile. The Bush Viper may have a hairy appearance because of its heavily keeled snake regardless of what its color is. Meanwhile, it has a tail with tips that are generally yellow or cream as they use this to attract potential prey. The tail is also made to be able to grab or hold on to things, especially when they are perched on top of branches. Overall, its hairy appearance and its prehensile tail give it a very appealing dragon-like look that many pet owners love about the Bush Viper. The head of a Bush Viper is usually broad and flat and is shaped distinctly differently from the rest of its body in the sense that it is larger than the neck. Its head also has keeled scales that make it look like it has hair on top of it. Its snout has a tip that is a bit round and is generally short. Its eyes are also quite large compared to other snakes. When inspecting the mouth of a Bush Viper, you will notice that it has long fangs that are tube-shaped and hollow as this is how it delivers its venom whenever it bites a potential prey. The venom gland is located somewhere in the upper jaw. Like most other venomous snakes, the Bush Viper’s fangs are retractable. Sex plays a role in terms of size. Unlike other reptiles, male Bush Vipers tend to be smaller than the females and are more than likely about 16 to 33 inches long. Meanwhile, the female Bush Vipers are bigger and can possibly exceed 2 feet in length.