Identification:Of a Yellow-Faced Whip Snake
Length of a yellow-faced whip snake is up to 1 meter, Yellow faced pale to Olive- greyish green with reddish flush along or longitudinal stripes along front third of body, belly usually greyish green, face with distinctive markings pale cream or yellow rim around eye with dark, comma like marking curving back below the eye, and dark pale edge line up on of the snout, running from nostril to nostril, very slender with whip like tail.
Mildly Venomous, Potentially dangerous especially if children involved, bites cause localised pain & severe symptoms. Apply correct first aid and seek medical attention.
Open forest, grasslands, woodlands, dry open areas.
Lizards and Frogs, active during the day and a fast moving snake.