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I just noticed this video uploaded to youtube today.
I’ve heard about the Hawaiian Blind Snake (Ramphotyphlops braminus), but I’ve never seen one.
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It’s a misnomer to call these “Hawaiian” snakes. Yes, they’re in Hawaii, but they were introduced. (They are the only known snake in Hawaii with reproductive populations in the wild.)
Hey Damon I was also under the impression that Hawai’i had no snakes. This little guy is not too scary though. Thanks for the share.
I was told we didn’t have any snakes in Hawai’i!!!
I guess you learn something new everyday!
Hey Damon, We see them not infrequently in Waikoloa. They seem to like place that are hot, dry, dark and undisturbed. I think the look like living solder.
What in the heck… you need to start putting them on youtube… they are freaking interesting!
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