Boyle's Beaked Blind snake is a small, slender snake.
The main predator of this species is the Spotted Harlequin snake.
Schlegel's Beaked Blind snake is the largest typhlopid in the world.
Schinz's Beaked Blind snake are a small, slender species of blind snake.
The Angolan shovel-snout is a small snake with an angular snout.
They have smooth scales and the eyes have vertical pupils.
Visser's Shovel-Snout live in deep granite cracks in rocky areas.
Western Keeled snakes are terrestrial and nocturnal snakes.
The Two-Striped Shovel-Snout is a slender snake with an upturned snout.
They prefer a habitat of sandy soil in thornbush savannah.
The Eastern Congo Burrowing asp is a short, stocky reptile.
They have a harmless set of teeth that do not give off much of a bite.
This species prefer a savannah habitat, entering dry forest.
It is a small snake, with smooth scale and a bluntish snout.
Bi-Coloured Quill-Snouted snakes are a subspecies that live in deep sand.
This snake has a very elongated, prominent yet depressed snout.
Eastern Bark or Mopane snakes often shelter under loose bark.
The Viperine Bark snake shelters in deep rock cracks.
he Rufous Beaked snake usually shelter in animal burrows and termite mounds.
This naughty little creature hides beneath stones or in loose sand.
Jalla's Sand snake prefer a habitat of grassland and savannah.
Karoo Sand snakes are the most common snake in southern Namibia.
They are often seen crossing roads and are an alert and active species.
They forage in marshy areas and will bite readily.
The Stripe-Bellied Sand snake is fast on its belly and difficult to catch.
Western Sand snakes are very fast and active during the heat of the day.
The Spotted or Rhombie Skaapsteker is a medium-sized snake.
Striped Skaapstekers can be found in areas of open grassland.
Anchieta's Dwarf Python has a broad head and small head shields.
Southern African pythons are the longest and heaviest pythons.
A Coral snake is a short snake with a reddish head.
Shield-Nose snakes burrow in sandy soil using their nose as a digger..
Angolan Garter snakes are medium-sized, slow-moving and uncommon.
No fatalities have been recorded from a Sundevall's Garter snake bite.
The Snouted Cobra is a nocturnal reptile that is partial to a bit of sun. bathing
For a cobra, the Cape Cobra is relatively small in size.
The Mozambique Spitting Cobra is one of the more dangerous cobras.
Black-Necked Spitting Cobras are nocturnal but more aquatic.
The Black Mamba has a characteristic 'coffin-shaped' head.
Yellow-Bellied Sea snakes have an oar-like tail and a narrow head.
The Slender Thread snake is a slender snake with a cylinderical body.
They prefer a grassland and arid savannah type habitat.
Snake enthusiasts have observed that they will sham death when handled badly.
The Western Thread snake is a desert and arid savannah dweller.
The Damara Thread snake is a large, but still fairly slender species.
This is a small species that is found in mainly savannah type vegetation.
Cape File snakes are a large species found in a savannah type region.
The largest of Namibia's house snakes is the Brown House snake.
Olive Marsh snakes are small inhabitants of vleis and pans.
Mole snakes are a harmless species of constrictor that live underground.
Eastern striped snakes have small heads that blend into the neck.
The Cape Wolf snake is a small snake that prefers grassland.
There is a small population observed in northern Kaokoland.
They can be found in a rocky desert and arid savannah type habitat.
The Spotted Wolf snake prefer a habitat of moist savannah.
Boomslang are dangerous, but shy reptiles, preferring to hunt during the day.
Egg eaters are so-called because they feed exclusively on birds' eggs.
The Spotted Bush snake has excellent eyesight.
The Western Snake loves to climb into reed beds along river courses.
Herald snakes are terrestrial, nocturnal African snakes.
The Kunene Racer is a shy, terrestrial species that prefers stoney ground.
Beetz's Tiger snake is a slender but rare species that live in rocky outcrops.
They climb dead trees and into building such as old thatched huts.
Twig snakes are very thin, twig-coloured snakes that live in trees.
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