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Yellow-faced Whipsnake
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ELAPID SNAKE
Family ELAPIDAE
VENOMOUS BUT NOT REGARDED AS DANGEROUS
 
Description:
The Yellow-faced Whipsnake has a dark "comma" with a creamy-yellow margin around the eye and a yellow edged dark bar across the snout. This snake's slender body is grey to olive-brown.
 
Size:
Adults 80 - 100 cm
 
Behaviour:

The Yellow-faced Whipsnake is diurnal. .

 
Prey:
Mainly lizards and sometimes frogs and reptile eggs
 
Reproduction:
Females lay up to 9 eggs.
 
 
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