This video from the USA is called A discussion of the biology, ecology, conservation and scientific illustration of the Eastern Indigo Snake (Drymarchon couperi) with an introduction of scientific illustration. Given by Mark Mandica, Amphibian Conservation Coordinator @ the Atlanta Botanical Garden‘s Science Café (July 18th 2013).
This species is not venomous.
From National Geographic:
Weird Animal Question of the Week: What’s the Most Toxic Snake?
Technically, it’s the inland taipan—but other snakes are more dangerous.
By Liz Langley
December 6, 2014
Snakes are sneaky-even questions about them can wiggle right out of your grasp.
When Arocha Musa of Kampala, Uganda, wrote in asking, “What makes the cobra the most dangerous snake?” we quickly realized two things: Cobras aren’t considered the most dangerous snake, and finding out which is poses a challenge. (Learn more about the world’s deadliest snakes on Nat Geo WILD.)
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