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Red Sand Boa
  • Thick-bodied, scales weekly keeled (but smooth to the touch)
  • Head not broader than neck; with a wide, shovel-shaped scale at the tip of the snout.
  • Eye small but distinct; has vertical pupil.
  • Very blunt tail with rounded tip resembles the head- giving rise to the misbelief that it has two heads.
  • Color variable: reddish brown, dark brown, speckled gray, yellow or black.
  • Nocturnal, prefers dry places and sandy soil.
  • Often lives in rodent burrows.
  • Diet and method of killing prey similar to that of the Common sand Boa. Also eats other snakes.
  • Females bear 6-8 live young with distinctly banded tails,
  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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