Found this Brahminy Blind Snake, Ramphotyphlops braminus underneath some stones near Teban Gardens Road.
This is a very common, but rarely seen species that spends much of its time burrowing in soil and leaf litter.
They are one of the world's most smallest snakes, rarely exceeding 20 cm in length.
Virtually blind this snake can, however, distinguish between light and dark.
It feeds on small invertebrates, mainly ant larvae and pupae.
The species is the only known parthenogenetic snake i.e. all specimens are female and reproduction is asexual.