False Coral Snake
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Species: O. Guibei
Oxyrhopus guibei, one of False Coral is a snake found in Brazil. The species is rear-fanged and its saliva is extremely toxic to Anolis lizards. They feed on lizards, frogs, small rodents, birds and probably other snakes.
This is a juvenille with no more than a month. Adults can reach 1,20m, very calm, can lay till 18 eggs.
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