Despite being the most venomous snake in the world, the inland taipan isn't necessarily the deadliest.
It’s unclear whether or not the man ever found his lost keys, or if perhaps the boa constrictor found them first.
The 'Dendrelaphis' genus of snakes in Australia can propel themselves through the air, bridging the gap between trees.
The “Fantastic Grandmothers” volunteered to use their New Caledonia snorkeling trips to photograph the venomous reptiles.
You can follow African rock python Squeeze’s journey to motherhood on Smithsonian Channel's new special ‘Queen of the Pythons.’