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The Brown Vinesnake is primarily diurnal. It uses its mild venom, injected by grooved rear teeth, to subdue lizards which make up the bulk of its diet. An excellent climber, this snake spends a lot of time in trees and shrubs where it can be difficult to spot. When captured or threatened it will often hold its mouth open widely exposing the dark lining of the oral cavity and throat

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