Rhombic Egg-Eater [Dasypeltis scabra]
The Rhombic Egg-Eater is a slender, strong snake with a short rounded head with a short tail, males usually have shorter tails. They are slightly grey, light brown or even olive-brown, with darker smudges complemented by narrow dark lines. Their mouths are
They only eat eggs, they regurgitate the shell after the egg contents have passed through the stomach.
They are found throughout the country, the north of Sudan and in the west of Gambia.
The Rhombic Egg-Eater lays 6-25 eggs during summer, the eggs hatch between 80-90 days.