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diurnal, semi-arboreal, non-venomous, and fast-moving. Dhamans eat a variety of prey and are frequently found in urban areas where rodents thrive
found in parts of South and Southeast Asia
I watched their dance for hours
Wow Vincent,super spotting,congrats on the well deserved SOTD and thanks for sharing
Thank you, SukanyaDatta
Thank you, Jonathan Sequeira
Fantastic. Lucky you and lucky us...to get to see it. Thank you.
Fantastic series! Congratulations.
Great spotting. ..Congrats 😊
Thanks, Jonathan Sequeira
Thank you, Danielepralong
Great action in your spotting, congratulations for the SOTD. Shubhakaamanaen, Kosta Rika se.
Congratulations Vincent, this spectacular series is our Spotting of the Day!"Watch two Indian rat snakes (Ptyas mucosa) test each other's strength in our Spotting of the Day! Before mating, males of this non-venomous colubrid species define their territory and establish dominance by engaging in fight, raising their forebody and intertwining their whole length. This spectacular behavior is often mistaken for mating proper".Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/projectnoah/pho...Twitter:https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/9...
Thank you, Mark Ridgway
Lat: 10.59, Long: 76.45
Spotted on Aug 26, 2017 Submitted on Nov 11, 2017
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