The indian egg eating snake has been termed as the most endangered species now rarely found in India .Its Olive in colour and has a black stripe that runs from rostral to neck, and stripes of black from posterior portion of eyes to neck region. Its Body is somewhat laternally compressed there is no clear demarcation between head and neck. Tail relatively short. Vertebral scales is yellowish white except at the outer margin, forming a light brown vertebral stripe along almost the whole length of body. It is an extremely rare snake
The Indian Egg-eating snake is endemic to northern India, specifically from Mal and Baradighi Tea Estate, Baradighi, Jalpaiguri District, West Bengal, Purnea District, northeastern Bihar; and lately the Corbett National Park, Neonatal District, northwestern Uttar Pradesh, along the Himalayan foot hills.