Possibly Derpiest Animal Alive Looks Like An 8-Year-Old’s Drawing Came To Life

Some would say that searching the Web is like opening a Pandora’s box. Alright alright, it may not be that dramatic but the point stays that you can never know what you’ll find there. The Internet a goldmine for craziest things, so it would only make sense, it’s not the first time we marvel at something hilariously odd here at Bored Panda. But this Arabian Sand Boa really is something to look at.

It doesn’t mean this one is any less special though. After all, her majesty Mother Nature is responsible for this one and it’s probably safe to say she has the highest score with oddities here. Nevertheless, we would sure like to add one tiny accessory to this one.

More info: Science Direct

The Arabian Sand Boa is a harmless species, living only in the Arabian Peninsula

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Even though the peninsula’s terrain is of a very vast variety, containing everything from green forests and mountains, a huge part of it is covered by a sandy desert, which happens to be a perfect habitat for these not-so-dangerous-noodles.

It’s extremely tolerant to wide range of temperatures

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Since the desert is where sand boas spend most of their time in, they are well accommodated with dramatic temperature conditions. And it only makes sense, knowing the temperature can differ approximately 50 degrees Celsius during the night and day.

The snake mostly preys on small reptiles

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They don’t like to try to hard, so can mostly be seen munching on something that can be quickly swallowed whole, like small lizards or geckos.

They are quite odd species among the other boas

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Unlike the most boas, The Arabian Sand Boa lays eggs. There are only three other boa species that do that.

It buries itself in the sand during the daytime

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Despite being prone to temperature changes, it seems to prefer the night and spends most of the day deep in the sand, emerging only at dusk.

Moving up to wander at dawn

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During the nighttime, it’s rare for a sand boa to refuse a little adventure.

They are commonly known because of their small eyes

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Being probably one of the most peculiar features, sand boa’s eyes draw a lot of attention. Despite that, the scientists are not sure if there’s a particular reason to them being so small or is it just a tiny nature’s mischief. Doesn’t it remind you anything though?

The Internet was quick to comment on their oddities

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