The Taiwan Beauty Snake, also known as the Taiwanese Beauty Snake or the Formosan Beauty Snake, is a species of nonvenomous colubrid snake found in Taiwan.
The Taiwan Beauty Snake is known for its bright green coloration, which is accented by a series of yellow or white stripes running down its back and sides
It is a relatively small snake, growing to an average length of about 4 ft – 8ft females are bigger than males. It feeds primarily on rodents and insects.
It has a slender body with a long, thin tail and a small head. The snake’s coloration can vary widely, but it is often banded or striped with shades of brown, black, and white.
The temperament of Taiwan Beauty Snakes, also known as Taiwanese Beauty Ratsnakes, can vary greatly depending on individual personality and how they have been socialized.