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In snakes, the intersupraoculars are the scales on top of the head between the supraocular scales. Often, these are small and irregularly shaped, and counting them usually involves taking the lowest number of contiguous scales. Often, this space is occupied by one large scale, which is then called the frontal. Also called interorbitals..