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The Philodryas chamissonis, often called the long-tailed snake, is a medium-sized reptile which usually reaches 1.40 meters of length. It lives in the northern region of Chile, mainly in the valleys near Arica, located on the Tarapaca Region. Usually, it's grey, with black and white strips in the body. It's an oviparous reptile. Its diet is mainly composed of little rodents, insects and other smaller reptiles
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