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Indotyphlops braminus-Brahminy Blind Snake

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  title={Indotyphlops braminus-Brahminy Blind Snake},
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, belonging to the , are the most ancient (basal) group Indotyphlops braminus infraorder Scolecophidians of living snakes often neglected in all aspects of vertebrate studies [2] . They bear similar resemblance to that of an Earthworm as a result of their worm-like appearance and size, except for the lack of segmentati which is a key feature of the annelids. About the size of a spaghetti strand, they are considered to be on one of the world's smallest snake whose length averages between 6 to 16… Expand
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