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Beautiful Snakes by the Dozen!
Slimy, ugly, disgusting, gross, evil, creepy and scary are among the first adjectives used by most, to describe snakes. My experience, is that many people feel that “ugly” creatures do not deserve our attention or conservation efforts. We smash spiders … Continue reading
Posted in Beautiful snakes, coral snake, non-venomous, rare, rattlesnake, Snakes, variability, venomous Tagged African Bush Viper, Antivenom, Bamboo Ratsnake, Blue Coral Snake, Boiga dendrophila, conservation, Coral Cobra, Coral snake, elapid, Ethiopian Mountain Adder, Kanburian Pit Viper, Mangrove Snake, Mangshan Viper, neurotixin, pit viper, Pope's Pit Viper, Snake, Snakebite, Snakes, Speckled Racer, Speckled Rattlesnake, Temple Viper, Tropidolaemus wagleri, Venom, venomous snakes, Wagler's Viper 9 Comments