Tachymenoides Harrisonfordi: Snake named after a famous person

  • The snake, Tachymenoides harrisonfordi, was named after Harrison Ford for his environmental activism.
  • Tachymenoides harrisonfordi is a species of Tachymenoides.
  • It is a snake species named in honour of actor Harrison Ford.
  • This honour was given to Ford in appreciation of his commitment to environmental awareness.

It has the following characteristics:

  • Tachymenoides Harrisonfordi is roughly 16 inches (40.6 centimetres) long and has a yellowish-brown hue with scattered black spots.
  • The snake has a black belly, a vertical streak above its copper-colored eye, and distinctive characteristics that help to identify it.
  • The only specimen, a male snake, was discovered basking in a marsh at an elevation of 3,248 metres above sea level.
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