The Java Wart Snake is an aquatic species and is almost helpless on land. Its entire body is covered with uniform, granular scales which makes it rough to touch.
This species give birth to live young and it's non-venomous. These snakes (about 1m in length) are caught in the sea water inlet band screen filter system, senoko power plant. They are subsequently released back into the sea. What does it eat? Mainly small fishes such as bottom dwelling gobies. The snake has a loose skin covered with small rough scales. The file-like skin helps it to grip its slippery prey. The snake has tiny eyes and a small mouth.
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