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Exotic Venom,(Atheris ceratophora) Usambara eyelash viper

Exotic Venom,(Atheris ceratophora) Usambara eyelash viper

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Do the cold, creepy crawlers called snakes interest you? If yes, then let's quietly slither our way through some interesting information on the types of snakes along with some amazing pictures of these fascinating reptiles.

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Military Slang during the Vietnam War

Bamboo viper, Vietnam - venom is said to kill a human before taking two steps

Bush Viper. Holy crap. Looks like a dragon with no wings

Bush Viper

A Pretty little Atheris hispida or hairy bush viper is one of the more venomous vipers you may see in central Africa.

xgespentsx: “ Atheris hispida is a venomous viper species endemic to Central Africa. It is known for its extremely keeled dorsal scales that give it a bristly appearance. ”

xgespentsx: “ Atheris hispida is a venomous viper species endemic to Central Africa. It is known for its extremely keeled dorsal scales that give it a bristly appearance.

ewok-gia: "Changzhou, China. Man  bathes  his Burmese python in city lake, the reptile floats around freely, and after that the snake comes back to it’s owner."

Man bathes his Burmese python in city lake, the reptile floats around freely, and after that the snake comes back to it’s owner. He's a god among snake owners lol.

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AFRICAN BUSH VIPER Family: Viperidae Habitat: Remote rainforest regions Fun Fact: These vipers usually ambush their prey from a hanging position. At one time I was scared of snakes but then I learned not the all the snakes are bsd and now I like them:)

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