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TEXAS BLIND SNAKE (Leptotyphlops dulcis): SPECIES ACCOUNT

Slender blind snakes live in South, Central, and North America, as well as Africa and southwest Asia. North American species live in Mexico and the southwestern United States. Certain species also live on the island of Socotra in the northwestern Indian Ocean, in the West Indies, and on islands off the coast of Africa, Mexico, and Central America.

These snakes and humans rarely encounter one another.

These snakes are not listed as endangered or threatened.

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over 2 years ago

hello i found a wormy looking snake i looked it up and its apaprently a thread snake, i was just wondering if the harmless or do they bite, can you please email me ASAP, thank you.