This individual crawling slowly through the campsite measured approximately 1.7 m.
This snake was sunning itself along a rock wall and promptly crawled into a hole when it saw me. It was 4-5 ft. long.
This snake was foraging in the leaf litter. We watched it for ten minutes or so as it tried to uncover tasty treats.
This snake pulled across the dirt road/path just after our car had been parked.
Leioheterodon madagascariensis or the Giant Madagascan Hognose is a snake species native to Madagascar, Nosy Be, Nosy Sakatia and Comoros Islands. They can grow from 130–180 cm.