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Sri Lankan Pipe Snake

Cylindrophis maculatus


The Sri Lankan Pipe Snake is endemic to Sri Lanka. The Pipe snake eats insects and worms. The size of the snake is 300mm-650mm long. It has small eyes and a small tail. The color of the body can be in brick red or dark orange and with a black line on the top. It also has rosettes at least 30-35.


Found in lowlands and the highlands of Sri Lanka (wet lands). During the day it stays in wet/stony/woods.


When it feel it is treaten it coil themselves and place it's tail on the top hiding there head inside their coiled body

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mauna Kunzah
mauna Kunzah 2 years ago

Nice spotting!

Amarina 2 years ago

Thank you mam!

i_munasinghe 2 years ago

Wow! Cool spotting.

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Piliyandala, Western Province, Sri Lanka

Spotted on Nov 17, 2020
Submitted on Dec 31, 2020

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