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North American Reptiles - Blind-Snakes



Texas Blind Snake
(Leptotyphlops dulcis dulcis)
Texas Blind Snake
The Texas Blind Snake looks like a shiny earthworm. They are pink or brown and have a segmented appearance. The eyes are two dark spots under the head scales, and the mouth is very small. Blind snakes are often seen after spring rains and are often... Read more >
Western Blind Snake
(Leptotyphlops humilis)
Western Blind Snake
The Western Blind Snake looks like a long earthworm. It is pink, purple, or silvery-brown and blunt at both ends. The eyes are reduced to light sensitive black spots. The skull is thick for burrowing. There is a spine at the end of its tail. When... Read more >