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Rhino Viper - Beautiful but packing some of the longest fangs in the snake world, sporting sinister twin horns on its nose, and carrying a devastatingly venomous bite.

Yes it is a snake. For those who do not like snakes, try to look past the fact that they are creepy and look at the beauty of their colors.

Golden Tree Snake - Chrysopelea ornata Despite the common name, the attractive patterning of Chrysopelea ornata (Colubridae) is actually green or greenish-yellow on a black background. This snake is...

Golden Tree Snake - Chrysopelea ornata Despite the common name, the attractive patterning of Chrysopelea ornata (Colubridae) is actually green or greenish-yellow on a black background. This snake is.

Gopher Snake..color looks like a rattlesnake but the head is different and no rattles on the tail.

On land snakes seem to move almost effortlessly. I'd like to be able to go through college like that.

tiny-creatures: Dancing Adders by Sweetmart on Flickr.

"Dance of the Adders" - 2014 Today I am posting some dancing adder photos.

Black European Adder;

as a child I saw a black adder basking on the edge of the Wyre Forest at the base of a tree.

Puff Adder, Aldays, South Africa and Cape of Good Hope

Puff Adder - Common, Dangerous, African Snake

Red-necked Keelback - This is the only genus of snake in the world that is actually both poisonous and venomous. The fluid at the nape of the neck is a poison tha...

Red-necked Keelback - This is the only genus of snake in the world that is actually both poisonous and venomous. The fluid at the nape of the neck is a poison tha.

Alamy Of England’s three snake ­species, adders are the most often seen, in forests and on heathland mainly ­in the south-west and north-east. #Amphibians

Wonderful woodland wildlife

Credit: Alamy Of England’s three snake ­species, adders are the most often seen, in forests and on heathland mainly ­in the south-west and north-east. Spot them in early spring when they first emerge from ­hibernation.

Check out these eyes!!!    Coral snake mimic (Siphlophis compressus)     A snake from South America that is completely harmless (despite it's outwardly appearance): unless you're a lizard of course ... nom nom nom!    Photographer: P Bertner

Coral snake mimic (Siphlophis compressus) - South America - is completely harmless (despite it's outwardly appearance) Photographer: P Bertner

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