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child playing with a large snake

Child Playing With A Large Snake

Family - Taxon author - Genera - Species - Common name - Geographic range
Anomalepidae - Taylor, 1939 - 4 - 15 - Primitive blind snakes - From southern Central America to northwestern South America. Disjunct populations in northeastern and southeastern South America.
Leptotyphlopidae - Stejneger, 1892 - 2 - 87 - Slender blind snakes - Africa, western Asia from Turkey to northwestern India, on Socotra Island, from the southwestern United States south through Mexico and Central to South America, though not in the high Andes. In Pacific South America they occur as far south as southern coastal Peru, and on the Atlantic side as far as Uruguay and Argentina. In the Caribbean they are found on the Bahamas, Hispaniola and the Lesser Antilles.
Typhlopidae - Merrem, 1820 - 6 - 203 - Typical blind snakes - Most tropical and many subtropical regions around the world, particularly in Africa, Madagascar, Asia, islands in the Pacific, tropical America and in southeastern Europe.

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