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Taxonomy and distribution of Snakes (Serpentes)
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Snakes (Serpentes)

IUCN Red List assessments:
Extinct (in recent times): 5 species
Extinct in the Wild: 0 species= 0.0 %
Critically Endangered: 84 species= 2.1 %
Endangered: 176 species= 4.3 %
Vulnerable: 161 species= 4.0 %
Near Threatened: 147 species= 3.6 %
Least Concern: 2221 species= 54.5 %
Data Deficient: 657 species= 16.1 %
Not Assessed: 629 species= 15.4 %


Acrochordidae (Australasian File Snakes)
Aniliidae (South American Pipe Snake)
Anomalepididae (Neotropical Blind Snakes)
Anomochilidae (Dwarf Pipe Snakes)
Boidae (Typical Boas)
Bolyeriidae (Mascarene Boas)
Colubridae (Typical Snakes)
Cylindrophiidae (Asian Pipe Snakes)
Elapidae (Cobras, Mambas, Sea Snakes, etc.)
Gerrhopilidae (Indo-Malayan Blind Snakes)
Homalopsidae (Australasian Mud Snakes)
Lamprophiidae (House Snakes, etc.)
Leptotyphlopidae (Thread Snakes)
Loxocemidae (Neotropical Sunbeam Snake)
Pareidae (Oriental Slug Eaters)
Pythonidae (Pythons)
Tropidophiidae (Dwarf Boas)
Typhlopidae (Typical Blind Snakes)
Uropeltidae (Shield-tailed Snakes)
Viperidae (Vipers)
Xenodermidae (Asian Litter Snakes)
Xenopeltidae (Asian Sunbeam Snakes)
Xenophidiidae (Spiny-jawed Snakes)
Xenotyphlopidae (Round-nosed Blind Snake)