Blind-snake



any of numerous wormlike, burrowing snakes of the families Typhlopidae, Leptotyphlopidae, and Anomalepididae, most of which have vestigial eyes.
noun
any burrowing snake of the family Typhlopidae and related families of warm and tropical regions, having very small or vestigial eyes

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