A small-spotted cat-eyed snake rests on a leafy branch displaying one cat-like eye
Cat-Eyed Snakes are nocturnal hunters.
A Cat-Eyed Snake (Leptodeira annulata) on a large tree leaf
Cat-Eyed Snakes have large dark markings or saddle shapes along the back
Closeup of a cat eyed snake showing its large eyes with pupils like a cat's
Cat-Eyed Snakes have disproportionately large eyes with pupils like a cat's.
A banded cat-eyed snake slithers on a white background
Cat-Eyed Snakes continue to grow throughout their lives.
An orangish Banded Cat-Eyed Snake on a white background flicks its tongue Banded Cat-eyed Snake (Leptodeira annulata) isolated on white background.
A Banded Cat-Eyed Snake uses its tongue to sense information about prey and its environment.