The Andean Snail-Eater snake (Dipsas andiana) is a nonvenomous snake that habits in Ecuador.
They are slender, small to medium-sized snakes, often no longer than 60 cm (24 in), and rarely longer than 100 cm (39 in). 18 more words
Maki’s Keelback (Amphiesma miyajimae) is a nonvenomous snake endemic to Taiwan. It is a small species up to 60 cm in total length.
This species feeds mostly on amphibians and has been known to climb trees in pursuit of tree frog tadpoles. 14 more words
The Black-eyed Monkey-Frog (Phyllomedusa camba) is a species of frog found in Bolivia, Brazil, and Peru.
Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, intermittent freshwater marshes, rural gardens, and heavily degraded former forests. 29 more words