Cape Centipede Eater
Snakes | Namibia
Introduction: The Cape centipede eater (Aparallactus guentheri) is a small, slender snake that always head to old termite mounds for shelter, food and warmth. They have a harmless set of teeth that do not give off much of a bite when handled. Theses snakes prefer a varied habitat that includes highveld, mountain grassland, coastal bush and savannah. Predators include garter snakes and burrowing asps.
Colouring: The back is red-brown, the head is brown and the belly is grey.
Breeding: Females lay between 2 and 4 elongated eggs.
Size: Max SVL male 270mm, female 324mm.
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