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Indian Snakes. 1, likes 17 talking about this. About Indian SnakesFollowers: K. Ptyas mucosa, commonly known as the oriental ratsnake, Indian rat snake, 'darash' or dhaman, ghora pachar(घोड़ा पछाड़)is a common species of colubrid snake found in parts of South and Southeast s are large snakes. Typical mature total length is around to m (4 ft 11 in to 6 ft 5 in) though specimens exceeding 2 m (6 ft 7 in) are not : Colubridae. The Indian subcontinent is one of the world's hotspots for snake biodiversity. However, the study of this fascinating fauna has long been hampered by the lack of an accessible field guide. For the last 60 years, anyone interested in Indian snakes had only one comprehensive source: Malcolm Smith's Fauna of British India, volume III, published in /5(4). This book presents a field guide to the snakes of India. It describes various species of Indian snakes, venomous and non-venomous, and makes easy identification possible through clear photographs. It also has general facts about snakes, symptoms of and remedies for snakebite, and provides a Reviews: 1.
Of the Big Four, the common krait is responsible for the most snake bites, followed by the Russell's viper, the saw-scaled viper, and the Indian cobra. A polyvalent serum that effectively neutralizes the venom of all of the Big Four snakes is widely available in India, and is frequently administered to save lives. Our Mission is to conserve snakes in their natural habitat and reduce human mortality due to snake bites through research, education & outreach activities. Back of The Book Aminent herpetologist Neelimkumar Khaire has been closely associated with the study and conservation of snakes for over four decades. He is the Director of the ‘Snake Park’ and ‘Rehabilitation Centre for Animals’, Pune. He is also the founder of the ‘Indian Herpetolgical Society’. This field guide features 68 species of snakes found in India. This is the snake book of snake books, featuring facts on why a cobra spits, how snakes’ senses work, how their organs work, and even include some fun facts about how snakes feature in mythology. This is great for animal enthusiasts of all ages. Akimbo and the Snakes (Akimbo #4) by Alexander McCall Smith, illustrated by LeUyen Pham.
Red Sand Boa, Indian Red Sand Boa Persian Red Sand Boa 47 Eryx whitakeri DAS, * Whitaker’s Boa Superfamily: COLUBROIDEA (CAENOPHIDIA) Family-COLUBRIDAE Subfamily-AHAETULLINAE (Ar boreal snakes including Vine Snakes, Bronzebacks and Flying Snakes) 48 Ahaetulla anomala ANNANDALE, Variable Coloured Vine Snake, Eastern Vine SnakeFile Size: KB. Nicholson, Edward () Indian snakes. An elementary treatise on ophiology with a descriptive catalogue of the snakes found in India and the adjoining. About this book. Snakes of India: The Field Guide concisely describes more than species of snakes, both venomous and non venomous. Many of the species covered are also found in Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. From the Jacket:This book presents a field guide to the snakes of India. It is intended to create and further an interest in Indian snakes. it describes concisely thirty of the common species of Indian snakes, venomous and nonvenomous, and makes easy identification possible through clear photographs. The main text provides a key and an authoritative account of size, distribution, habits.