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Old 04-25-04, 07:24 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Join Date: Jan-2004
Location: London, England
Age: 31
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yeah, i reasearched this snake about a year ago, you would not believe how hard it is to find information about it.

it belongs to the odd-scaled snakes group Xenoderminae. little is known about their biology or natural history. It is suggested they require humid, tropical conditions in the terrarium.

They grow to around 26'' and feed largly on frogs and other amphibians. Four genera occur in southeast Asia and two more in tropical Central and South America.

I have a portrait picture somewhere but i cant find it. when i do i will post it for you.
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