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Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox Add To Light Table Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox Add To Light Table Twig snake.  The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth.  Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents.  Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits, Thelotornis capensis oatesii Add To Light Table
Western diamondback rattlesnake.
Image ID: 12600  
Species: Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox
 
Western diamondback rattlesnake.
Image ID: 12601  
Species: Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox
 
Twig snake. The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth. Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents. Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits.
Image ID: 12605  
Species: Twig snake, Thelotornis capensis oatesii
 
Twig snake.  The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth.  Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents.  Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits, Thelotornis capensis oatesii Add To Light Table Twig snake.  The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth.  Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents.  Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits, Thelotornis capensis oatesii Add To Light Table Twig snake.  The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth.  Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents.  Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits, Thelotornis capensis oatesii Add To Light Table
Twig snake. The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth. Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents. Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits.
Image ID: 12606  
Species: Twig snake, Thelotornis capensis oatesii
 
Twig snake. The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth. Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents. Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits.
Image ID: 12607  
Species: Twig snake, Thelotornis capensis oatesii
 
Twig snake. The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth. Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents. Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits.
Image ID: 12608  
Species: Twig snake, Thelotornis capensis oatesii
 
Twig snake.  The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth.  Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents.  Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits, Thelotornis capensis oatesii Add To Light Table Twig snake.  The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth.  Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents.  Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits, Thelotornis capensis oatesii Add To Light Table The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world, Oxyuranus scutellatus Add To Light Table
Twig snake. The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth. Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents. Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits.
Image ID: 12609  
Species: Twig snake, Thelotornis capensis oatesii
 
Twig snake. The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth. Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents. Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits.
Image ID: 12610  
Species: Twig snake, Thelotornis capensis oatesii
 
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world.
Image ID: 12626  
Species: Australian taipan viper, Oxyuranus scutellatus
 
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world, Oxyuranus scutellatus Add To Light Table The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world, Oxyuranus scutellatus Add To Light Table The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world, Oxyuranus scutellatus Add To Light Table
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world.
Image ID: 12627  
Species: Australian taipan viper, Oxyuranus scutellatus
 
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world.
Image ID: 12628  
Species: Australian taipan viper, Oxyuranus scutellatus
 
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world.
Image ID: 12629  
Species: Australian taipan viper, Oxyuranus scutellatus
 
Boelens Python.  This snake species, native to New Guinea, grows up to 15 feet (3m) and weigh 75 to 125 pounds, Morelia boeleni Add To Light Table Boelens Python.  This snake species, native to New Guinea, grows up to 15 feet (3m) and weigh 75 to 125 pounds, Morelia boeleni Add To Light Table Boelens Python.  This snake species, native to New Guinea, grows up to 15 feet (3m) and weigh 75 to 125 pounds, Morelia boeleni Add To Light Table
Boelens Python. This snake species, native to New Guinea, grows up to 15 feet (3m) and weigh 75 to 125 pounds.
Image ID: 12730  
Species: Boelen's python, Morelia boeleni
 
Boelens Python. This snake species, native to New Guinea, grows up to 15 feet (3m) and weigh 75 to 125 pounds.
Image ID: 12731  
Species: Boelen's python, Morelia boeleni
 
Boelens Python. This snake species, native to New Guinea, grows up to 15 feet (3m) and weigh 75 to 125 pounds.
Image ID: 12732  
Species: Boelen's python, Morelia boeleni
 
Rattle and characteristic stripes of the red diamond rattlesnake, Crotalus ruber ruber Add To Light Table Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox Add To Light Table African gaboon viper camouflage blends into the leaves of the forest floor.  This heavy-bodied snake is one of the largest vipers, reaching lengths of 4-6 feet (1.5-2m).  It is nocturnal, living in rain forests in central Africa.  Its fangs are nearly 2 inches (5cm) long, Bitis gabonica Add To Light Table
Rattle and characteristic stripes of the red diamond rattlesnake.
Image ID: 12733  
Species: Red diamond rattlesnake, Crotalus ruber ruber
 
Western diamondback rattlesnake.
Image ID: 12734  
Species: Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox
 
African gaboon viper camouflage blends into the leaves of the forest floor. This heavy-bodied snake is one of the largest vipers, reaching lengths of 4-6 feet (1.5-2m). It is nocturnal, living in rain forests in central Africa. Its fangs are nearly 2 inches (5cm) long.
Image ID: 12737  
Species: African gaboon viper, Bitis gabonica
 
European glass lizard.  Without legs, the European glass lizard appears to be a snake, but in truth it is a species of lizard.  It is native to southeastern Europe, Pseudopus apodus Add To Light Table European glass lizard.  Without legs, the European glass lizard appears to be a snake, but in truth it is a species of lizard.  It is native to southeastern Europe, Pseudopus apodus Add To Light Table European glass lizard.  Without legs, the European glass lizard appears to be a snake, but in truth it is a species of lizard.  It is native to southeastern Europe, Pseudopus apodus Add To Light Table
European glass lizard. Without legs, the European glass lizard appears to be a snake, but in truth it is a species of lizard. It is native to southeastern Europe.
Image ID: 12742  
Species: European glass lizard, Pseudopus apodus
 
European glass lizard. Without legs, the European glass lizard appears to be a snake, but in truth it is a species of lizard. It is native to southeastern Europe.
Image ID: 12743  
Species: European glass lizard, Pseudopus apodus
 
European glass lizard. Without legs, the European glass lizard appears to be a snake, but in truth it is a species of lizard. It is native to southeastern Europe.
Image ID: 12744  
Species: European glass lizard, Pseudopus apodus
 
Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox Add To Light Table Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox Add To Light Table Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox Add To Light Table
Western diamondback rattlesnake.
Image ID: 12810  
Species: Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox
 
Western diamondback rattlesnake.
Image ID: 12811  
Species: Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox
 
Western diamondback rattlesnake.
Image ID: 12812  
Species: Western diamondback rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox
 
McGregors tree viper, Trimeresurus mcgregori Add To Light Table McGregors tree viper, Trimeresurus mcgregori Add To Light Table Brazilian lancehead snake, a  pit viper with a highly potent venom, Bothrops moojeni Add To Light Table
McGregors tree viper.
Image ID: 12813  
Species: Mcgregors tree viper, Trimeresurus mcgregori
 
McGregors tree viper.
Image ID: 12814  
Species: Mcgregors tree viper, Trimeresurus mcgregori
 
Brazilian lancehead snake, a pit viper with a highly potent venom.
Image ID: 12815  
Species: Brazilian lancehead snake, Bothrops moojeni
 
Twig snake.  The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth.  Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents.  Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits, Thelotornis capensis oatesii Add To Light Table Twin-spotted rattlesnake, native to southern Arizona, is a small rattlesnake occupying talus slopes at high elevations and preying on lizards, Crotalus pricei Add To Light Table Twin-spotted rattlesnake, native to southern Arizona, is a small rattlesnake occupying talus slopes at high elevations and preying on lizards, Crotalus pricei Add To Light Table
Twig snake. The twig snake is back-fanged, having its short fangs situated far back in the mouth. Its venom will subdue small prey such as rodents. Its is well camouflaged, resembling a small twig or branch in the trees that it inhabits.
Image ID: 12816  
Species: Twig snake, Thelotornis capensis oatesii
 
Twin-spotted rattlesnake, native to southern Arizona, is a small rattlesnake occupying talus slopes at high elevations and preying on lizards.
Image ID: 12817  
Species: Two-spotted rattlesnake, Crotalus pricei
 
Twin-spotted rattlesnake, native to southern Arizona, is a small rattlesnake occupying talus slopes at high elevations and preying on lizards.
Image ID: 12818  
Species: Two-spotted rattlesnake, Crotalus pricei
 


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Acrantophis madagascariensis
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Ahaetulla fronticincta
Anhinga rufa rufa
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Bothrops moojeni
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