Commonly known as the Red-headed Krait, Bungarus flaviceps (Elapidae) is a rare species of venomous snake which occurs in southern Burma, southern Thailand, parts of Indochina (Vietnam, Cambodia), Peninsular Malaysia and the islands of Sumatra, Borneo and Java.
With a maximum size of 2.1 meters, this snake has a striking color. The head is bright red, sometimes orange or yellow, and this color extends slightly onto the neck. The tail is also bright red, sometimes orange or yellow, and this color extends slightly onto the lowermost part of the body. The belly is pale.
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