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The Malayan Bridle Snake grows to a total length of about 60 cm. Its body is slender and compressed, with the head being distinct from the neck and depressed. The dorsal surface of this snake is tan or light brown with large, transverse brown spots. The ventral scales are yellow and unpatterned.
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