in my Snakes of the World book, theres a tiny section about the "strange-scaled snake" Xenodermus javanicus. its in the colubridae family-xenoderminae-sybinofinae.
this book has often mistakes, this is an obvious one about the "strange-scaled snake's" behavior..."it is an amphibian, its diet consisting mainly of frogs.
it lives in Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, and Kalimatan.
has any one ever heard of this snake before, seen it, know any thing about it?
heres a pic i took of the page in my book, its the only picture of the snake
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