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snail-eating snake

any of several members of the Old World subfamily Pareinae and of the New World subfamily Dipsadinae, family Colubridae. All have long delicate teeth; those at the front of the upper jaw are used to seize the body of a snail, whereupon the lower jaw is moved far forward and the lower teeth are used to draw the snail from its shell as the jaw is retracted.

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