Compilation of commonly seen blue snakes nowadays

Snakes carry a mysterious beauty that humans have yet to fully explore. Among them, there are captivating deep blue colors that draw our gaze, making it harder for us to resist looking at them.

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Here is a list of blue snakes found in various parts of the world:

  1. Blue Indigo Snake (Drymarchon couperi): This non-venomous snake is native to the southeastern United States, and it is known for its striking blue-black coloration.
  2. Blue Racer Snake (Coluber constrictor foxii): Found in parts of North America, particularly in the Great Lakes region, this snake species showcases a vibrant blue color on its upper body.
  3. Blue Malayan Coral Snake (Calliophis bivirgata): Native to Southeast Asia, this venomous snake displays a stunning combination of blue, black, and white bands.
  4. Blue Krait (Bungarus caeruleus): Found in India and Southeast Asia, the Blue Krait is known for its blue-black body with thin white bands, and it is highly venomous.
  5. Blue-speckled Forest Pit Viper (Trimeresurus puniceus): This arboreal snake is native to Southeast Asia and is characterized by its blue-green body with blue speckles.
  6. Blue-lipped Sea Krait (Laticauda laticaudata): This venomous sea snake is found in the waters of the Indo-Pacific region and has a distinctive blue coloration on its lips.
  7. Blue Coral Snake (Calliophis bivirgatus): This venomous snake is found in Southeast Asia and is known for its vibrant blue body with bold black and white bands.
  8. Blue Insularis Pit Viper (Trimeresurus insularis): Endemic to the island of Taiwan, this pit viper exhibits a blue-gray coloration with darker markings.
  9. Blue Mountains Water Skink (Eulamprus leuraensis): Although not a snake, this skink species found in Australia is notable for its blue-colored tail, which is used for communication and defense.
  10. Blue-eyed Snake (Paradisaea rudolphi): Also known as Rudolph’s Snake, it is a small, non-venomous snake found in New Guinea. It has a distinctive blue eye ring.
  11. Blue-naped Snake (Bungarus fasciatus): Distributed across Southeast Asia, this venomous snake showcases a blue-black body with distinctive yellow bands.
  12. Blue Mountains Tree Snake (Dendrelaphis calligastra): Found in Australia, this slender snake species exhibits a greenish-blue coloration, especially on its upper body.
  1. Blue Krait (Bungarus caeruleus): Also known as the Malayan Krait, this venomous snake found in Southeast Asia displays a glossy blue-black body with narrow white bands.
  2. Blue Garter Snake (Thamnophis sirtalis): This non-venomous snake species is found in North America. Some individuals may exhibit a bluish coloration, especially along their dorsal (upper) side.
  3. Blue Racer (Coluber constrictor foxii): Native to North America, the Blue Racer is a non-venomous snake known for its bluish-gray coloration and exceptional speed.
  4. Blue Beauty Snake (Orthriophis taeniurus callicyanous): Found in China and Vietnam, this non-venomous snake species showcases a stunning blue coloration with black markings.
  5. Blue Malayan Pit Viper (Calloselasma rhodostoma): Endemic to Southeast Asia, this venomous snake species exhibits a range of colors, including shades of blue, gray, and brown.
  6. Blue Calico Snake (Orthriophis taeniurus ssp.): This snake species, native to China and Taiwan, features a striking blue coloration with intricate patterns.
  1. Indigo Snake (Drymarchon spp.): Indigo Snakes are non-venomous snakes native to the Americas. They can display a dark blue-black coloration, particularly when they are in sunlight.
  2. Blue Whipsnake (Coluber constrictor anthicus): Found in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico, the Blue Whipsnake is a non-venomous snake known for its slender body and blue-gray coloration.
  3. Blue Ratsnake (Pantherophis obsoletus): Also known as the Blue Black Ratsnake, this non-venomous snake species is found in the southeastern United States. It can exhibit a blue-black coloration with a glossy appearance.
  4. Blue-lipped Sea Krait (Laticauda laticaudata): This venomous sea snake species inhabits the waters of the Pacific Ocean. It has a blue-black body with distinctive blue lips.
  5. Blue Mountain Racer (Platyceps ventromaculatus): Native to the mountains of Southeast Asia, this non-venomous snake species displays a blue-gray coloration with darker markings.
  6. Blue-tailed Skink (Cryptoblepharus egeriae): While not a snake, the Blue-tailed Skink is a lizard species found in Australia and New Zealand. It has a bright blue tail and a brown or gray body.

Please note that while these snakes are described as “blue,” their actual coloration can vary and may appear more gray, greenish-blue, or have other color variations.