Aparallactus jacksonii

Aparallactus jacksonii, or Jackson`s centipede-eater, is a species of venomous rear-fanged snake in the family Atractaspididae. ==Etymology== The specific epithet, jacksonii, is honor of English explorer and ornithologist Frederick John Jackson, who presented the type specimen to the British Museum (Natural History). ==Geographic range== It is fo....
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