Schinz's beaked blind snake
Snakes | Namibia
Introduction: Schinz's beaked blind snake (Rhinotyphlops schinzi) are residents of semi-desert and arid savannah type regions. They are a small, slender species of blind snake, with a distinctive hooked snout.
Diet: Other invertebrates and termites.
Colouring: Blue-black to reddish-brown blotching can be found on a yellowish to flesh-coloured back. The markings also form crossbars on the back.
Breeding: Females lay between 2 to 4 eggs.
Size: Max SVL 278mm.
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