BAHAMIAN BROWN BLIND SNAKE
The Brown Blind Snake is found on most of the larger islands of the Bahamas, including the Abacos, Andros, the Berry Islands, Eleuthera, Cat Island, Long Island, and throughout the Exuma chain. On Bimini they are most commonly seen in rotting logs, and under rocks. The Bahamian Brown Blind Snake is a small species of snakes that are long and thin, giving them their other common names such as worm snakes and thread snakes. Their heads are small and almost indistinguishable from their tails other than two small eyes at the tip of their nose, and an underslung mouth. Unlike the pink blind snake, the brown blind snakes spend their time in moist well-vegetated areas.