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    Snake not seen in 172 years found in Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

    Wow, those are VERY good at hiding

    https://www.straitstimes.com/singapo...nature-reserve

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    Glad they're still around...they've got the right idea- lay low!
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    I'd love to figure out how to keep one of these species in Captivity. Would be such a cool little critter to have, even if you rarely saw it.

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    Re: Snake not seen in 172 years found in Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

    Quote Originally Posted by pbenner View Post
    I'd love to figure out how to keep one of these species in Captivity. Would be such a cool little critter to have, even if you rarely saw it.

    Paul
    At least this species isn't so tiny, but please wait until they aren't so rare though.
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