Hi guys! Just thought I'd share a bit of info on my plumbeous water snake Preshuz. I can bet most of you haven't seen a snake like this before! I've made a few posts about him but now I'll try and provide some knowledge about this kind of snake. The most unique things about these snakes is that they're almost 100% aquatic! They live in and around water, so their husbandry would mimic that of turtles. They do require a basking spot just to dry off at times. They like warm puddles and streams and don't seem to prefer either flowing or stagnant water. They are VERY active and swim around mostly during dusk and dawn, and they're typically curious and very docile little guys. They are not shy, when Preshuz escaped several times before he never hid, he wasn't afraid to curl up in an open area to rest. They don't grow very big, less than 2 feet in length at adult size. Their natural diet consists of fish and amphibians although they will easily take fuzzies in captivity. They are fairly easy to feed and don't often go on hunger strikes like many other reptiles. Physical-wise they are olive brown with a creamy white underside and slightly iridescent scales as you can see from the pictures. They also have eyes near the top and front of their heads, a clear indication of their aquatic inclination as this allows them to peer out of the water without lifting their whole heads. They are rear fanged and mildly venomous. They're found in South East Asia and are endangered in some countries, not here in Malaysia though. Hope that was an interesting read!