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Omveer Dhawal, Sucheta Ganguly, Dilip Solanki and Wasim Raja
Common Trinket (Coelognathus Helena) is a non-venomous snake species which is commonly found in the Jawai Dam area of Rajasthan and in the entire subcontinent. But albino individual sighting is quite relatively uncommon since their survival rate in the wild is very less to almost none. None the less, from our study site at a farmland (GPS: 25.072759 lat, 73.138657 long) within the Jawai Community Conservation Reserve near Jawai Dam we were fortunate enough to document and rescue an albino Trinket. This is the first ever documented record of albino Trinket snake from the Jawai Dam area of Rajasthan, India.
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