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Indian Rat Snake
  • Scales smooth, or upper rows distinctly keeled.
  • Head broader than neck.
  • Large eye has long pupil.
  • Varies greatly in color, olive, brown, gray or black.
  • Body lightly or strongly marked with black.
  • Lip scales usually separated by vertical black lines.
  • Underside often has prominent dark bands.
  • Very fast, an alert, active, diurnal hunter.
  • Climbs well.
  • Seen in paddy fields, tall grass, trees, storage places, and houses.
  • Feeds on frogs, toads, lizards, birds, rats, bats, snakes
  • Rat snakes do not constrict but subdue largetr prey by holding it down.
  • Smaller prey is simply swallowed alive.
  • Clutches of 8-22 eggs usually laid between march – September (sometimes in winter months).
  • Usually quick to escape.
  • If, cornered, will inflate throat and forebody, emit a moan or growl, and strike vigourously.
  • Large Rat Snakes can inflict painful bites, but calm down with gentle handling.
  Dr. D. C. Patel M. S. (Gen. Surg.)

Wide Experience in treating Snake bite patients since last 18 years, with having very less mortality. In year 2004, 449 patients were treated & NOT A SINGLE DEATH WHILE TREATMENT.
(0% Mortality) .

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