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Elaphe anomala

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Reptilia
Suborder  Serpentes
Rank  Species
Phylum  Chordata
Order  Squamata
Family  Colubridae
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Similar  Elaphe bimaculata, Oocatochus, Steppe rat snake, Elaphe schrenckii, Elaphe carinata

Elaphe anomala commonly known as the Korean Rat Snake is a none venomous species of colubrid snake known from China and Korea. Its common names include Amur ratsnake, southern Amur ratsnake, and faded Russian ratsnake. It is a semi-arboreal snake that can be found in grasslands, dry scrub, rocky areas, and on the banks of rivers and lakes. It grows to 150–180 cm (59–71 in).

Elaphe anomala Elaphe anomala Hebei Province China Kevin Messenger Flickr
Elaphe anomala Elaphe anomala Hebei Province China Kevin Messenger Flickr
Elaphe anomala Elaphe anomala observed by pintail on June 11 2011 iNaturalistorg

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Elaphe anomala Elaphe anomala observed by pintail on October 19 2010 iNaturalistorg
Elaphe anomala

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Elaphe anomala Wikipedia


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