The Natal Green Snake is endemic to Southern Africa. It is only found in South Africa and Mozambique. In South Africa it is found along the coast from the Western Cape through to KwzZulu-Natal as well as Mpumalanga.
This snake normally grows to a length of 70 to 90 cm but may sometimes reach 120 cm.
The Natal Green Snake is bright green above and paler underneath. It doesn't have black marks on top although some juveniles do show blackish barring.
This reptile can be found in a variety of habitats including wet and dry forest and woodland.
Natal Green Snakes hunt during the day. Their food includes frogs, young birds, insects, chameleons and geckos. While hunting they have the ability to anchor themselves in a tree and sway in the wind as a branch may do.