Jackson’s Bold Eyed Tree Snake or The Black Tree Snake - By Paul Lloyd
Jackson’s Bold Eyed Tree Snake or The Black Tree Snake
This is a daytime active and arboreal (tree-living) snake. An excellent climber, ascending high into trees, to 30m or more. If approached or threatened in a tree and unable to slide away, it will launch itself off into space and its long light body enables it to move sideways while falling; when it lands it quickly slides away. If cornered, it will inflate its neck and anterior body like a Boomslang and move in a side-to-side like manner. Inflated neck is considerably smaller than the Boomslang, but impressive. (Pitman, 1974)
Venom Defender Leg Guards - protection against venomous snakes
Wrigglies staff and DWA course attendees have been wearing our Venom Defender Leg Guards as essential protection against venomous snakes.
Here we can see Moroccan Black Cobra (Naje Haje) biting into the guards.
Working with Lizards on a Wrigglies Handling Course
Thanks to Wrigglies for sending us these photos of course attendees using the Snake Professional Pinning tool whilst working with a beautiful Gila Monster (Heloderma Suspectum).
Helping to deal with nuisance snakes in Kenya
We were recently contacted by a lady from Kenya who asked us to provide her with snake handling equipment to catch nuisance snakes.
Tubing a Forest Cobra at Wrigglies
Thanks to Julian Clare of Wrigglies for sending us these photos of him tubing a Forest Cobra (Naja melanoleuca). Julian is wearing our Venom Defender Gloves to ensure extra protection during the initial approach.
Wrigglies Juniors Snake Tubing
Paul L. Lloyd retrieves a Forest Cobra
We are pleased to have received yet another exciting feature from Paul L. Lloyd!
More great photos from a Wrigglies handling course
Thanks again to Wrigglies for providing this series of photographs taken during one of their handling courses.
Amazing photos of a Flying Tree Snake being Tubed
Big thanks to Harry John La-Page for sending us these amazing photographs!
Luke Rutherford gives an insight into his snake room
Luke Rutherford has provided us with visuals of his snake room and himself handling three species of his well looked after venomous snakes.