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Gongylophis conicus

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  1. Sandy tracts of central and southern India, the Punjab, Kutch and Sind

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  2. a non-venomous boa species found in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka

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  3. Total length 3 feet 3 inches (99 cm)

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  4. No subspecies are currently recognized

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  5. Found in eastern Pakistan, India south of about 30°N latitude, and in the northern arid region of Sri Lanka

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  6. The type locality given is "India orientali."

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