Culebra pequeña de color cataño claro.
I am not sure of this id. The snake was much larger and a far different color (of course that could have been due to it's shed cycle) than any Brahminy Blind Snake (Ramphotyphlops braminus) I have ever seen. It was heavily scarred on the front portion of it's body.
I observed 1 individual
The Typhlopidae are a family of blind snakes. They are found mostly in the tropical regions of Africa, Asia, the Americas, and all mainland Australia and various islands. The rostral scale overhangs the mouth to form a shovel-like burrowing structure. They live underground in burrows, and since they have no use for vision, their eyes are mostly vestigial. They have light-detecting black eye spots, and teeth occur in the upper jaw. The tail ends with a...