A Snifaro is a floating Snifit sarcophagus found in Gritzy Caves in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. The name "Snifaro" is a portmanteau of "Snifit" and a corruption of "pharaoh," the name applied to Ancient Egyptian rulers who Snifaros seem to be designed after (using the traditional pharaoh mummies' sarcophagus and wearing stereotypical pharaoh headdresses).
In battle, a Snifaro attacks by first opening up its sarcophagus, revealing two Snifits inside, one standing on top of the other. Each Snifit then fires one bullet at a Mario brother, at alternating intervals. They can be dodged by a jump depending on the altitude of the bullets. Another attack is when the top Snifit jumps out of the coffin and rides the sarcophagus akin to a rocket. The Snifaro flies high and then attempts to crash into a Mario brother. If the Snifit rides the sarcophagus normally (over the object), it attacks Mario. If the Snifit places itself under the sarcophagus, it attacks Luigi. This attack can be dodged or countered by jumping.
If a Fire Flower is used against a Snifaro, the sarcophagus burns up, revealing two Snifits, one of which runs away, leaving the top Snifit (still labeled as "Snifaro") to fight on its own. This exposed Snifit attacks faster.
- If the player looks closely at the top of the headdress, there is a little golden Koopa head.
 Names in Other Languages
||Combination of Snifit and faraón (pharaoh)
||Portmanteau of "sarcophage"(sarcophagus) and "Snifit"
||Combination of "Snifit" and "Faraone" (pharaoh)