By Ruaridh Connellan @ruaridhsvend

A VAIN snake appeared to pull a Zoolander-style pout when it dropped from a tree to photobomb a baby crocodile

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Twist and pout: The snake appeared to be posing for the camera as it dropped down from the tree

Snapper Dikky Oesin captured the bizarre moment while photographing his pet saltwater crocodile in the rainforest.

Cream of the croc: The young salt watr crocodile was taking part in a vanity shoot organised by a group of pet owners

The 39-year-old couldn’t believe his eyes when the Oriental whip snake suddenly interrupted - and appeared to pose for the camera like Ben Stiller in the Zoolander films.

Green with envy: The beautiful snake makes its move as Dikky started to photograph the pet

Dikky, who owns a car-parts store in Jakarta, Indonesia, said: “My friends and I wanted to get photographs of our pet crocodiles out in the wild.

Green Steel: The snake appeared to pull off the facial expression made famous by Ben Stiller in the Zoolander films

"We took our pets into the woods in an area of West Java and began taking pictures.

Face off: The snake moves closer to the crocodile, which appears unnerved by its presence

“Suddenly an Oriental whip snake dropped down from the tree in front of us.

Fang-tastic: The snake appears to be a natural as it interrupts the bizarre photoshoot

"I paused for a moment and even my pet seemed surprised by the snake."

“Then it turned towards me and I thought I could get a great frame - one that you rarely get the opportunity to get.

“I’m really happy with the result."

Added bite: The Oriental whip snake, otherwise known as the vine snake, is known for its extraordinary fluorescent green colour, which camouflages it in the jungle.

The Oriental whip snake, otherwise known as the Vine Snake, is known for its extraordinary fluorescent green colour, which camouflages it in the jungle.

Although mildly venomous, they are not considered a threat to humans.