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Strange as research discovered, Blind Snakes (Brahminy blind snake)




Indotyphlops braminus, commonly known as the brahminy blind snake and other names, is a nonvenomous blind snake species found mostly in Africa and Asia, but has been introduced in many other parts of the world.

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They are completely fossorial (i.e., burrowing) animals, with habits and appearance similar to earthworms, for which they are often mistaken, although close examination reveals tiny scales rather than the annular segments characteristic of true earthworms.

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Strange as research discovered, Blind Snakes (Brahminy blind snake)
Strange as research discovered, Blind Snakes (Brahminy blind snake)

The species is parthenogenetic and all known specimens have been female. The specific name is a Latinized form of the word Brahmin. No subspecies are currently recognized.

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