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Re: unknown african snake wandered in with coffee beans!


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Posted by Gerben on June 13, 2000 at 07:01:47:

In Reply to: unknown african snake wandered in with coffee beans! posted by Beth on June 10, 2000 at 00:38:50:

Is the head apart from the neck? Are the eyes clearly visable?
Can you send a picture of it.

Be carefull when handling it. Do not handled it with bare hands.
It can be a Burrowing Asp (Venomous) but it's probably not.
It is NO house snake with your discription.

Try to find info on Wolf Snakes (Lycophidon ssp.)
Or Quil Snakes (Only have pictures of Southern African Species)

Is it a burrowing snake?

GOOD BOOKS!

Snakes of Rhodesia
Venomous Snake of Africa (Bill Branch / Spawls)
Southern African Snakes & other Reptile (Bill Branch)

There is a book the is called Snakes of Uganda (Ithink)
But it's very hard to get a hold on.



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