Salmon-bellied Racer – Mastigodryas malenolomus

Salmon-bellied Racer – Mastigodryas malenolomus

The Salmon-bellied Racer is a medium sized (up to 4 feet long) snake of tropical dry forests throughout Central America. These snakes are not venomous and they primarily eat lizards. They are known to bite when caught but otherwise avoid interactions with people.

Photo by J.D. Willson

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