These large snakes can grow between 48-84 inches in length. The gaboon viper has the largest head of any snake in the world.
The king cobra is a large snake with a large, bulky head. This snake lives in Southeast Asia, southern China.
The blunt-headed tree snake has an unusually large head in proportion to its extremely thin body.
Like its name suggests, the copperhead snake has large copper-red head shaped like a broad triangle or arrowhead.
Eastern hognose snakes come in a wide variety of colors and patterns depending on where they live.
Sometimes they are referred to as temple vipers because they are common around Malaysia’s Temple of the Azure Cloud.
The Cottonmouth Snake is native to the southeastern United States. This semiaquatic viper is an excellent swimmer.
This snake only measures between 12-24 inches, with keeled or ridged scales covering the length of its thickset body.
These large snakes can grow up to 78 inches in length with yellowish-brown, reddish-brown, or orange-brown bodies.
These snakes have grey or blue-grey bodies with darker stripes or crossbands running along their entire length.