Psammophis brevirostris

Psammophis brevirostris

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Psammophis brevirostris

Psammophis brevirostris, also known as the short-snouted grass snake, is a diurnal, mildly venomous snake native to southern Africa. It is oviparous and can lay up to 15 eggs in summer. The snake feeds on lizards, rodents, snakes and small birds; it is alert and considered fast.

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1. Psammophis brevirostris Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psammophis_brevirostris

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