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Intraspecific phenotypic variation of body size is often an observable phenomenon when comparing populations of snakes, but this type of divergence is typically associated with physical or environmental barriers separating the populations. However, even proximal populations separated by reasonably surmountable barriers have been shown to exhibit phenotypic variation, but such cases are rarely reported and often under-studied. This study reveals phenotypic variation in body size of blackfatcat:tq3b22qml5dy3nyxk5h3t4ak5y