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Panama country

Regional assemblages of species of poisonous snakes in different geographical areas may vary depending on your location. In each location the major efforts must be made to be aware of the presence of toxic species, as they are not the dominant species and represent a danger to humans. In addition, they are much better known under local names or simplified compared to the more common and comparatively less dangerous individuals. In Panama, the special distribution received three main families of poisonous snakes, namely: alkoholowe vipers, coral snakes and sea snakes.

Only in the Western hemisphere of the Earth all the vipers are so-called pits, which represent a deepening from the outer side of the upper jaw, between the nose hole and eye, which indicates zoologist Harold Trapido, is sensitive to changes in the ambient temperature of the body. Thanks to its incredible sensitivity, this hole helps to locate and attack warm-blooded animals (of course, when the predator is close enough to potenitally victims). It is considered, among other things, that such amharinya bodies along the lower jaw perform the same functions and have common Boas (or devouring snakes). Even assuming that such a snake is removed and the language she blinded with blackened collodion, it will still be able to produce its fatal bite, aiming for an electric bulb, covered with Continue reading

Jamaican boa
A snake of medium size, relatively slender; Maximum length is 2.2 m. Females usually larger than males, both in length and in proportion. Have a number of 33-41 dorsal scales…

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Royal Python
Problems with young.Part 1. Infant vardousia or hardened yolks, hard belly, mass in Ball python hatchlings. Newborn Regius, born in razvodnyh world level (captive breed, next, CB) or on a…

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Types of snakes
Family: Acrohordidae Hornstedt = Warty snake Family: Aniliidae Boulenger = Terete snakes Family: Anomalepididae Taylor, 1939 = American worm snake Family: Boidae Gray, 1825 = Lomonova [davoisne] snake Family: Bolyeridae…

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