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Barron's Kukri Snake

Barron's Kukri Snake

Barron's kukri snake is a species of snake in the family Colubridae. The specific name, barroni, is in honor of Mr. P.A.R. Barron, who discovered this snake species. Lives in Thailand. This snake reaches a length of about 90 cm. It feeds mainly on eggs of birds and reptiles, also feeds on lizards, frogs, and small rodents. Barron's kukri snake is a rear-fanged snake genus. They are not dangerous to humans, but the bite can cause severe bleeding. They are mostly nocturnal and live in forests.

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