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Leith's Sand Snake
  • Long, slender bodied, smooth scaled. Outer edges of belly scales rounded (not sharply upturned/not angulate laterally).
  • Head elongate, tapers topwards front; slightly broader than neck; distinct ridge between top and side of head.
  • Large eye has long pupil
  • Tail long
  • Pal – yellowish-brown back, with four dark brown stripes that begin on head and run along length of body.
  • Middle of head usually has a long, dark marking,
  • Body stripes dotted on lined on both sides with black. Underside yellowish-white.
  • Frequently mistaken for the bronze back Tree snake (which has keeled belly scales).
  • Diurnal. Terrestrial and arboreal.
  • Found in marshes, Grassland, Clay of sandy desert.
  • Eats skinks and lizards; raids bird nests
  • Lays 4-10 eggs in March-june
  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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