Antiguan racer

The Antiguan racer is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Antiguan Racer (Alsophis antiguae) is a harmless rear-fanged (opisthoglyphous) grey-brown snake found only on Great Bird Island off the coast of Antigua, a small Caribbean island, thus colloquially named the "Antigua Racer Snake". More

the Antiguan racer) the rat population rocketed. By the end of the 19th century, the rat plague was out of control. More

Antiguan Racer SnakeAlsophis Antiguae, the Antiguan Racer, was re-discovered in 1995 on Great Bird Island. Grey-brown in complexion, the snake defied all stereotypes. At the time, the shy reptile was teetering on the brink of extinction. More

Antiguan racer (Alsophis antiguae) = Species information - * Facts & Status * Description * Range & Habitat More

Antiguan racer eggs in incubation tank Antiguan racer eggs in incubation tank© Mark Day / Fauna & Flora International Female Antiguan racer Female Antiguan racer© John Cancalosi / Auscape International Female Antiguan racer Female More

Antiguan Racer would be the new main page for the species, though I do recall something about an admin having to do it. How would I approach changing the article's name? Ahaaa, done an' dusted. More

The Antiguan racer, Alsophis antiguae, is endemic to Antigua and Barbuda and was abundant until Asian mongooses, Herpestes javanicus, were introduced in the 19th century. More

habitats of the Antiguan Racer, the rarest snake on the planet. Rats overran the habitats and became an unbearable pest to every living thing on the islands. To hunt the rats, Humans introduced Asian Mongoose. More

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because the Antiguan racer feeds on the lizards, two species in particular. The BH biology professor states there are approximately 100 Antiguan racers left in the world. More

you can see an Antiguan racer in the wild. The entire world population of this snake lives on the island. More

The Antiguan Racer snake is one of the worlds rarest snakes login to rate 4 rating Email to friends Post Video Flag Content Favorites More

Antiguan racer conservation Female Antiguan Racer (Alsophis antiguae) The Antiguan racer was once the world’s rarest snake with only 50 individuals left on a small island off mainland Antigua. More


Antiguan Racer Conservation Project. More

On the other side of the world, the Antiguan Racer Conservation Project, co-founded by Daltry, shares similar success. Called the rarest snake in the world, the harmless Antiguan racer was isolated on a tiny island in the West Indies, its critically endangered status virtually unknown. More

Antiguan racer Eli Fuller returned in fighting form to compete in the 2007 Highland Spring HIHO event. - July 8, 2007 Antiguan racer Eli Fuller returned in fighting form to compete in the 2007 Highland Spring HIHO event. More

of the Antiguan racer snake as of 2008 is about 300 across Great Bird Island (GBI), Rabbit Green and York islands, according to Environmental Awareness Group (EAG) treasurer Junior Prosper. More

Common names

Antiguan racer in English - English

Order : Squamata
Family : Colubridae
Genus : Alsophis
Species : Alsophis antiguae
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Alsophis antiguae