Green Mamba in the Kruger Park...

by Jennifer

Green Mamba or Spotted Bush Snake

Green Mamba or Spotted Bush Snake

We were sitting in the Nthandanyathi hide, located on the S28, watching hippos and elephants when we noticed a bright green snake in the tree in front of the hide.

I was convinced this was a green mamba.
We checked the snake guide books and asked Paul, the camp manager, but he was also not sure.
We then asked Dingaan the senior field guide and he took one look at the photo and said "its a spotted bush snake"! There goes our great scientific find!

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Jan 01, 2010
by: George

Looks like it could be a boomslang - Green Mambas are not found in the Kruger Park.

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