Habitat: East and Southeast Asia
Status: No Conservation Concerns
This is a classic example of “you are what you eat,” I guess. In this case Tiger Keelbacks are poisonous toad munchers.
Even though it IS venomous, few deaths have been ever been recorded. This hesitancy to strike at a predator might be because the snake’s fangs are located in the back of its mouth, so a successful strike on a large object might be a bit difficult to achieve.
View a video of the snake devouring one such toad after the jump!