Brahminy Worm Snake

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Body thin (not thicker than a gel pen refill in general comparison), small, cylindrical and covered with very small and subequal scales. Head short, very slightly or not broader than neck, very slightly depressed but can be best observed from lateral view; snout rounded. Eyes very small and in the form of black dot on slightly lower side of the top of head. Tongue color white, with a pair of lateral papillae near base of bifurcation.