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Short Communication GRYPHOTYPHLAS ACUTUS -AN UNCOMMON SIGHTING IN SUBURBS

@inproceedings{Kautilya2014ShortCG,
  title={Short Communication GRYPHOTYPHLAS ACUTUS -AN UNCOMMON SIGHTING IN SUBURBS},
  author={Vijay D Kautilya and Pravir Bodkha},
  year={2014}
}
The Scolecophidia represent an early divergence in the extant snake lineages. As a group they are of little human interest due to their burrowing habits, small size and lack of danger to people. Beaked worm snake or a beaked blind snake is the largest blind snake in the so uth Asian region. Though it is thought to be a significantly found in peninsular India south of the Ganges and Rajputana basin i.e. south of Rajasthan its presence south of latitude 160 is rare or disputed. There is very… Expand