A very common snake in savanna, grasslands and fynbos but not often see due to its nocturnal behaviour when they seek out bird eggs.
The East African Egg-eater has a limited distribution in South Africa, preferring the sub-tropical coastal forests of northern KwaZulu-Natal.
The Southern Brown Egg-eater is one of three egg-eater species found in South Africa and has a plain, uniform brown colouration.
The Red-lipped Snake is also known as the Herald Snake and is a mildly venomous colubrid which feeds largely on frogs.
The Brown House Snake is a completely harmless constrictor often associated with human dwellings where they hunt mice and small rats.
Horned Adders are small irascible snakes with a fairly wide distribution and more commonly encountered in the Northern Cape and Namibia.
Berg Adders can be common in suitable habitat and usually associated with mountainous regions in southern Africa.
The Puff Adder is a widely distributed snake and one of South Africa’s more dangerous snakes, responsible for a fair percentage of serious snakebites in the region.
The Cape Coral Snake is a beautifully banded, front-fanged snake from the drier regions of the Western and Northern Cape.
Many people call this snake a mole snake because of its reduced eyes and burrowing nature, but the true mole snake is a large terrestrial/semi-burrowing snake Pseudaspis cana.