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Brahminy Blind Snake

Ramphotyphlops Braminus


These very small snakes are easily mistaken for worms or flatworms, but their slithering motions and tiny scales prove it to be a blind snake. They are about 2-6 inches and they have a black and dark blue color.


Underground in temperate areas.


All of these snakes are female, the reproduce asexually.

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Florida, USA

Spotted on Dec 31, 2014
Submitted on Dec 31, 2014

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