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Texas Blind Snake
Texas Blind Snake (Leptotyphlops dulcis dulcis)
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... Read more >
Western Blind Snake
Western Blind Snake (Leptotyphlops humilis)
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... Read more >










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