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Burrowing Reptile

There are many burrowing reptiles. They burrow for many different reasons.

One type of burrowing reptile is the eastern worm snake. This snake averages two to twelve inches long, and it has very small eyes. This reptile has a tan colored back and a very pale pink belly that has been mistaken for an earthworm, because of its resemblance to the worm. The eastern worm snake needs sandy, well-drained soil in which it can burrow into. When found, it’s usually in the area of deciduous woodlands. They are found under rocks and woodland debris that is slightly buried in soil. During the dry seasons, the worm snake can be found a few feet in the soil. These reptiles eat mostly earthworms. It is hypothesized that these worm like snakes follow their food source above ground during the damp seasons.