The Flying Tree Snake, also known as the Gliding Snake, is a snake with mild venom that is only dangerous to small animals. It is able to climb trees by using it's ridge scales on it's belly and pushing against the rough bark, which helps it climb vertically up a tree. When it finds a desired elevation and landing spot, it pushes itself away from the tree, sucks in it's abdomen and flares it's ribs out.
The Flying Tree Snake is found throughout Southeast Asia.
The Draco, also known as the flying lizard, gliding lizard, and flying dragon, is a family of lizards that have a membrane stretched across their limbs. With this, they can glide up to 60 metres and only loses around 10 metres in height!
It is found in Southeast Asia.
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