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Blue & Yellow Snake

Blue & Yellow Snake

We've only discovered a tiny fraction of the deep sea creatures.<<<And I'm incredibly concerned...

We've only discovered a tiny fraction of the deep sea creatures.<<<And I'm incredibly concerned...

Straw-necked Ibis "Paipan", Fremantle Cemetery, Fremantle, Australia March 2014

Straw-necked Ibis "Paipan", Fremantle Cemetery, Fremantle, Australia March 2014

Gorgeous axanthic iguana

Gorgeous axanthic iguana

BURMESE PYTHON: The Burmese Python, a constrictor, is one of the largest snakes in the world, usually growing up to 25 ft. and some 200 lbs, but there have been pythons as long as 50 ft. and as heavy as 1,000 lbs. The Burmese Pythons grab their victims with sharp teeth, wrap themselves around their target and simply squeeze. After their lunch has suffocated, the pythons swallow them whole with super-stretchy jaws. Fortunately, Burmese Pythons rarely attack human beings.

BURMESE PYTHON: The Burmese Python, a constrictor, is one of the largest snakes in the world, usually growing up to 25 ft. and some 200 lbs, but there have been pythons as long as 50 ft. and as heavy as 1,000 lbs. The Burmese Pythons grab their victims with sharp teeth, wrap themselves around their target and simply squeeze. After their lunch has suffocated, the pythons swallow them whole with super-stretchy jaws. Fortunately, Burmese Pythons rarely attack human beings.

Rare Albino Animals

Rare Albino Animals

My uromastyx use to sleep like that all of the time!

My uromastyx use to sleep like that all of the time!

Uromastyx is a genus of African and Asian agamid lizard whose members are better-known as spiny-tailed lizards, uromastyces, mastigures, or dabb lizards. Uromastyx are primarily herbivorous, but occasionally eat insects, especially when young.

Uromastyx is a genus of African and Asian agamid lizard whose members are better-known as spiny-tailed lizards, uromastyces, mastigures, or dabb lizards. Uromastyx are primarily herbivorous, but occasionally eat insects, especially when young.

Red-back Cobalt blue UROMASTYX

Red-back Cobalt blue UROMASTYX

Such a beautiful snake! Look at those markings!

Such a beautiful snake! Look at those markings!