C'est la premiere fois que j'ai trouvé apres l'hibernation.
Saw this snake in a rice field when entering Antanetiambo
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.
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.