Leaf-nosed Snake (Langaha madagascariensis)
Also known as the Madagascar/Malagasy leaf-nosed snake, the leaf-nosed snake is a species of colubrid snake endemic to Madagascar. The leaf-nosed snake primarily inhabits deciduous and rain forests where it feeds on small animals and invertebrates which it catches in the trees. It dispatches its prey with a strong venom, in humans the venom will cause severe pain but will not cause death. Leaf-nosed snakes are also highly sexually dimorphic as males exhibit a brown and yellow coloration and females have a mottled brown color.