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Vipera Transcaucasiana

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01     02     03     04     05     06     07     08     09     10     11     12     13     14     15     16     17     18     19     20     21     22     23     24     25  MORE... < > Russell's viper snake, Sri Lanka This Russell's viper snake takes advantage of the rain in Sri Lanka. Picture: Rex.  #animals #snakes #rain

Animal pictures of the week: 17th April 2015

the-bitch-of-izalith: “ niambi: “ “ allcreatures: “ “This Russell’s viper snake takes advantage of the rain in Sri Lanka ” Picture: Rex (via Animal pictures of the week: April

African Bush Viper. Family: Viperidae Habitat: Remote rainforest regions. These vipers usually ambush their prey from a hanging position.

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:)

snake-lovers:  Green Bush Viper (Atheris squamigera)  Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. Why are so many fantasy dragons so boring when shit like this beautiful baby exists?

snake-lovers: Green Bush Viper (Atheris squamigera) Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. Why are so many fantasy dragons so boring when shit like this beautiful baby exists?

This page is one big inspiration ! Very poisonous but very beautiful African Bush Viper. AMAZING colours !

texasuberalles: ““ The beautiful, extremely poisonous African Bush Viper. ” “Bush Viper” my butt, that thing is clearly a Salamander looking for a new inferno to live in.

"From the viper's poison comes the tonic of life."

Green Bush Viper (Atheris Squamiger) Africa~~~He wouldn't need to bite me, I'd die from a heart attack just seeing him!

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Reptile scales are some of the coolest designs in nature. Striking (not sure if pun-intended or not).

Rhinoceros Viper. They are slow moving, but capable of striking quickly, forwards or sideways, without coiling first or giving a warning.

They are slow moving, but capable of striking quickly, forwards or sideways, without coiling first or giving a warning.

Vogel's Pit Viper. #venomous

(27+) Cute Snakes with Hats Pictures

Goddess green paint Type RR coming soon for Slither Wrath! Ferrari move over for Federal government muscle car! rear engine drive all medal!

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