Animals Reptiles & Amphibians
East African green mamba
East African green mambas camouflage perfectly with the leaves of the trees in which they like to hang out. They are arboreal, or tree-dwelling, and use their camouflage not for protection but for hiding from their prey. Like all mambas, they are venomous and use this venom to kill their food items, which include small birds, lizards, and rodents.