Scientific Name: Leioheterodon madagascariensis
Found In: Mixed grasslands, dry and tropical forests of Madagascar and nearby islands
Size: Can reach 5 – 6 feet in length
Diet: Carnivore: small mammals, lizards, amphibians, birds and eggs
Threat Level: Least Concern
Facts: This species is opistoglyphous, meaning its fangs are in the back of the mouth. They have mild venom, which is not dangerous to humans.