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  Small-eyed Snake
Small-eyed Snake
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ELAPID SNAKE
Family ELAPIDAE
VENOMOUS AND DANGEROUS. CAPABLE OF INFLICTING A POTENTIALLY FATAL BITE.
 
Description:
The Small-eyed Snake has a shiny black or grey body with a cream or pink underbelly. It has a robust body with a head distinct from the neck. This snake has quite small eyes, giving it it's name.
 
Size:
Adults 40 - 120 cm
 
Behaviour:
The Small-eyed Snake is mostly nocturnal and quite secretive.
 
Prey:
Mainly small lizards.
 
Reproduction:
Females give birth to up to 8 young.
 
 
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