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The defensive position of the common egg-eater
The common egg-eater (Dasypeltis scabra) is an harmless snake. As its names suggests, it exclusively feeds on eggs. When threatened, it forms a horseshoe-shaped position with its body and rubs its scales against each other to initiate a kind of swishing sound. This intimidation is effective against predators.
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