Blind snake?

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    My son found this last time he stayed at my parents place, I wasn't there to get a better pic. I think it's a blind snake?
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    It is a blind snake. Never bothered to learn how to ID them, they often have the same or similar scale counts and they are not likely to be reading this forum.
     
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    blind snakes look like worms is how i id them
     
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    When my mum rang me and said he'd caught a snake, i asked if it was a carpet. She said no. I panicked a bit and asked for a pic. He'd seen them on a documentary and identified it as a blind snake. But i still insisted on pics.
     
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    One of my friends found one to a while back and sent me a pic.

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