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Which makes it comfortable to hold the knives.

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Which makes it comfortable to hold the knives.



See also: Snake scale § Nomenclature of scales
The number and pattern of scales on a snake's body play a key role in the identification and differentiation at the species level. Jameson's mamba has between 15 and 17 rows of dorsal scales at midbody, 210 to 236 (Subsp. jamesoni) or 202 to 227 ventral scales (Subsp. kaimosae), 94 to 122 (ssp jamesoni) or 94 to 113 (Subsp. kaimosae) divided subcaudal scales, and a divided anal scale. Its mouth is lined with 7 to 9 (usually 8) supralabial scales above and 8 to 10 (usually 9) sublabial scales below, the fourth ones located over and under the eye. Its eyes have three preocular, three postocular and one subocular scale.

Distribution and habitat
green snake on a tree
Subsp. jamesoni navigating a tree, Korup National Park
green snake on a tree from above
Dorsal view of scales
Jameson's mamba occurs mostly in Central Africa and West Africa, and in some parts of East Africa. In Central Africa it can be found from Angola northwards to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, and as far north as the Imatong Mountains of South Sudan. In West Africa it ranges from Ghana eastwards to Togo, Nigeria, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon. In East Africa it can be found in Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania. The subspecies D. jamesoni kaimosae is endemic to East Africa and chiefly found in western Kenya, where its type locality is located, as well as in Uganda, Rwanda, and the adjacent Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is a relatively common and widespread snake, particularly across its western range. Fieldwork in Nigeria indicated the species is sedentary.

Found in primary and secondary rainforests, woodland, forest-savanna and deforested areas at elevations of up to 2,200 metres (7,200 ft) high, Jameson's mamba is an adaptable species; it persists in areas where there has been extensive deforestation and human development. It is often found around buildings, town parks, farmlands and plantations. Jameson's mamba is a highly arboreal snake, more so than its close relatives the eastern green mamba and western green mamba, and significantly more so than the black mam

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