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sibinps



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PostSubject: Kindly help to identify this snake   Sat 3 Dec - 22:27

Hello,

My name is sibin from India.  Kindly help me to identify this snake. this is almost 40 cm length. is this cobra?





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Rainer Fesser
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PostSubject: Re: Kindly help to identify this snake   Sun 4 Dec - 0:09

Most probably Xenochrophis flavipunctatus (Yellow-Spotted Keelback), may also be Xenochrophis piscator (Common Keelback). Clear identification would be easier with better photos.
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Rainer
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PostSubject: Re: Kindly help to identify this snake   Sun 4 Dec - 0:27

Rainer Fesser wrote:
Most probably Xenochrophis flavipunctatus (Yellow-Spotted Keelback), may also be Xenochrophis piscator (Common Keelback). Clear identification would be easier with better photos.
Regards,
Rainer

Thanks Rainer, actually i was afraid to go near to him, i thought its baby cobra! i planned to take few more snaps but suddenly its went inside a hole.
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PostSubject: Re: Kindly help to identify this snake   Sun 4 Dec - 0:39

Itīs ok, and for you it will not make much difference which of the 2 species it is.
Youīre right, itīs better to stay away from a snake you donīt know if you are not skilled in handling it even if it is a venomous one.
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PostSubject: Re: Kindly help to identify this snake   Sun 4 Dec - 0:44

Rainer Fesser wrote:
Itīs ok, and for you it will not make much difference which of the 2 species it is.
Youīre right, itīs better to stay away from a snake you donīt know if you are not skilled in handling it even if it is a venomous one.


Rainer, i searched with given name, your identification is correct, same snake i found in google images... hope its not venomous....
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PostSubject: Re: Kindly help to identify this snake   Sun 4 Dec - 0:59

Donīt worry, itīs not dangerous though it will probably bite if you grab it. If you approach it, it will usually flee - for example into a hole like "yours".
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