New Snake Footage Uncoils Mystery of Flying Serpents

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: August 7, 2002   View Article

Watch out—there’s a snake flying through the air!

No, it’s not a paranoid hallucination. Along the west coast of India and in parts of Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka, some snakes slither through the jungle, bite with venom, and glide from tree to tree.

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