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Amazing animals found in the Amazon jungle

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New Mexico Garter Snake eating stranded fish. by Bill Gorum on 500px

New Mexico Garter Snake eating stranded fish. by Bill Gorum on

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The Black Forest Cobra: Regarded as highly intelligent, this aggressive snake…

Diamond Back Rattler

Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus Atrox)

Animal of the day: Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox. This snake is North America's most dangerous rattlesnake, with the highest rate of human fatalities

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An Australian olive Python pulling up it's wallaby meal. Olive pythons can grow up to lengths of 4 metres, and sometimes exceed that. They are Australia's second largest snake, coming behind the amethystine or "scrub" Python.

Black swan on a koi pond.

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Wow, so amazing.black swan swimming on a pond completely filled with Koi fish

Mang Mountain Pit Viper (Trimeresurus mangshanensis) is a venomous pitviper species endemic to Hunan and Guangdong provinces in China. It is reputed to be one of two species (alongside the rinkhals) other than cobras known to spit venom.

Los 5 tipos de serpientes venenosas de México – Especial

reptilefacts: “ astronomy-to-zoology: Guatemalan Palm Viper (Bothriechis aurifer) “ Also known as the Yellow-blotched palm-pitviper, the Guatemalan Palm Viper is a species of pit viper endemic to.

My Sleepy Kisser... with feelings hid...

My Sleepy Kisser... with feelings hid...

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FREE COBRA SNAKE WALLPAPER

FREE COBRA SNAKE WALLPAPER

Cape coral snake / Aspidelaps lubricus by Reptiles4all, via Flickr

libutron: “Cape Coral Snake - Aspidelaps lubricus Commonly referred to as Cape Coral Snake, South African Coral Snake, Coral Snake, and Coral Shield Cobra, Aspidelaps lubricus is a small elapid.

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