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The Chrysopelea or the flying snake lives in South Asia and the Indonesian archipelago. Flying snakes are mildly venomous, though the venom is dangerous only to their small prey due to their fixed rear fangs making them harmless to humans. Due to them only being able to easily kill small rodents like bats and frogs, if climate change turned their islands into wetlands they would have to adapt to use their ability to propel them through water. They would also change their scale color to match the new types of trees and water. They would also probably get increased lung size so they can last longer underwater and fangs and venom better equipped to hunt fish and amphibians. They would also adapt to having larger eyes so they could see underwater and a protective vial over the eye to lowe or prevent the chance of something getting in the eye.