Levant Viper

Macrovipera lebetinus is a venomous viper species found in North Africa, much of the Middle East, and as far east as Kashmir.
Adults prey on small mammals, mainly rodents, but also on lizards, snakes, and occasionally chicks. Juveniles may sometimes eat insects.

This is a large snake, with females reaching 150 cm (59.1 in) in total length (body + tail) and males a little less. Sizes vary among different populations, with M. l. lebetina being somewhat smaller.The head is broad, triangular, and distinct from the neck. The snout is rounded and blunt when viewed from above, which is why it is also called the blunt-nosed viper. The nasal and nasorostral scales are almost completely fused into a single plate, although some variation occurs.