Good Dutch rare snake news


This video says about itself:

Smooth snake (Coronella austriaca)

I found this specimen in the Meinweg in Holland, crossing the road.

The Dutch RAVON herpetologists and Natuurmonumenten conservation organisation report (translated):

Thursday, August 29, 2013

For the first time ever a smooth snake has been observed on the Heumense Schans nature reserve in Molenhoek (Limburg province). Also in recent weeks many smooth snakes have been observed on nearby areas such as the Mookerheide and Mulderskop. This extension of the habitat is due to special management measures from which smooth snakes benefit.

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