Day 4 - Junior Military Adventure Camp
Hello & Bye Bye our little shinny snake friend!
Our Wildlife Expert and Battalion Captain Sarvesh spots a Bhramini Blind Snake also known as Flowerpot Snake and Vala in Marathi. With years of training and experience, Captain Sarvesh, Safely catches and handles our little shinny snake friend skillfully. Educating the cadets on the Snake's features, habitat, diet and much more. The brave young army got a chance to touch this magnificent reptile before releasing her/him, as seen in the video, in the soil where they belong.
Loving mother nature, safely exploring the wild, raw and real side of nature and nurturing earth's blessing an important element inculcated in our young army.
Here are a few interesting facts about the Bhramini Blind Snake / Vala- •Glossy and cylindrical body of brown to black color, rounded snout which bears four vertical sutures, very short tail with a single spine.
•Found in whole of Indian mainland up to 1515 meter and its majority of islands.
•Micro habitat is any kind of land having loose and slightly moist soil, narrow cracks, low vegetation having loose roots or any kind of object which can help it to hide under it with appropiriate temperature in opposite weather. •Feeds on eggs and larvae of almost all kind of insects if they are ingestable for it.
•Almost always non-offensive and cannot harm large bodied enemy.
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