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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What is the animal Calabaria known for?

Some of the distinctive features of the Calabaria are its cylindrical body, its blunt head and tail, its lack of palatal teeth and labial pits, and its speckled color pattern.

The Calabaria is adapted to burrowing and can resemble a worm or a root.

It feeds mainly on rodents and other small mammals, and it is oviparous, meaning it lays eggs.

The Calabaria is not closely related to any other living snake, and it represents an ancient branch of the boid snakes.

It is considered to be of least concern by the IUCN, but it faces threats from habitat loss and human persecution.

The Calabaria is a fascinating and unique animal that deserves more attention and conservation efforts.
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Where does the Calabaria live?

The Calabaria is a genus of snakes that belongs to the family Boidae.
It contains only one species, the Calabaria reinhardtii, also known as the West African ground python or the West African calabar python.
The Calabaria lives in the tropical forests of West and Central Africa, from Liberia to Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
It prefers moist habitats with leaf litter, where it can hide and hunt for prey.
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