In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Green Vine Snake in 4 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Green Vine Snake.
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How to Draw a Green Vine Snake - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Step 1: First start by drawing the curvy body with the head included. The tail will come later!
Step 2: Draw the line for the mouth and two circles for the eye and nose of our green vine snake.
Step 3: Continue with the body, adding more length and curve.
Step 4: Finally, draw the tail and the lines of detail all along the snake's body.
Interesting Facts about Green Vine Snakes
Green Vine Snakes are only found in Central and South America. They hide in trees and wait for prey. When a lizard, frog, or bird come along they strike and catch it. Green Vine Snakes are bright green in color. Their heads are pointed and eyes are gold. A Green Vine Snake grows to be 6 feet long. The snakes are very good hunters and are hardly noticed until it is too late.
Did you know?
- All scientists really know about the Green Vine Snake’s breeding is that they lay eggs. The mother might even be able to decide when it is time fertilize the egg.
- When a Green Vine Snake attacks it aims for the head and lifts it off the ground a good 20-30 centimeters.
- Green Vine Snakes are mildly poisonous.
- Green Vine Snakes keep their tongue outside of their mouth. Scientists think they use if to feel things around them.
- The most amazing thing about a Green Vine Snake is it can catch hummingbirds! Hummingbirds are fast and don’t see a frozen Green Vine Snake before it is too late.
Activity: Green Vine Snakes can inspire a class game of hide and seek at recess.