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Old Monday 24th December 2018, 04:44   #1
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Snake ID, China

Saw this Snake in a bamboo forest, It was a very slender one about 1/1.5, long.

Location : Fujian, China
Date : 27 May 2018
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Thought maybe Coelognathus radiatus but now I think not.......
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hello,

that's Ptyas dhumnades, the Big- eyed Ratsnake :)
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Thought maybe Coelognathus radiatus but now I think not.......
Thanks Andy. I tried to find whatever the little info available to me and as well available over the web. Didn't find anything close

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that's Ptyas dhumnades, the Big- eyed Ratsnake :)
Thanks Bitis. That's really helpful and much appreciated. Wow, the fastest snake, didn't really expected that and i'm glad that i didn't have to go head on with that one.
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You're welcome! :) Nice shot of a cool snake btw!
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