Viperine Bark Snake
Snakes | Namibia
Introduction: The viperine bark snake (Hemirhagerrhis viperinus) shelters in deep rock cracks in a habitat of granite outcrops in dry savannah.
Diet: Namibian day geckos and dwarf day geckos.
Colouring: Similar to Mopane snake but more boldly patterned back, less the dark vertebral stripe.
Breeding: Around 6 elongated eggs are laid.
Size: Max SVL male 270mm, female 295mm.
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