Selection of beautiful pictures of snakes — and not so poisonous — from all continents.
Keeled grass too. The snake is non-venomous, and the snake yawns after a hearty lunch, to reinstall the jaw and catch my breath.
Mamba Jameson . graceful green snake of the length two meters, the venom of which has a nerve effect. Deny the muscles of the respiratory system and the victim is slowly but surely suffocating. Then the serpent eating it. It lives in Africa. There is still the black Mamba, its length 4 meters, which is as poisonous as the green, but I am afraid of it anymore. There is a belief that if a black Mamba crossed the path, wait for death. Or she will crawl and bite, or just die from an accident. It is believed that the bite of a deadly Mambo, but it is not. If within one hour after the bite to take the serum, then survival is guaranteed. To escape from the snake is almost impossible, Mamba moves at a speed of 11 km/hour.
Rainbow boa constrictor, inhabits South America, especially a lot of snakes in the Amazon. It feeds on small animals, most large animal who can strangle him, – it’s a big rat. If you feel the danger, and can bite, but they are not poisonous.
Mexican non-venomous king snake of the family geobrush. Lives in Mexico, Continue reading
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 on the neck, 41-47 lateral, ventral 277-283, 78-79 subcaudals(Tolson & Henderson 1993). This boa mostly nocturnal, however, may take some time to basking day. (Grant 1940; Tolson & Henderson 1993). View semi the description of Tolson and Henderson (1993). Color varies widely. At the beginning of the body has yellow, yellowish brown, orange or reddish, usually darker than back. In color there are black spots, gradually forming an irregular stripe in the middle of the body. The second half of the body is predominantly black or dark blue. The whole body, especially the second half, shimmering shades of the rainbow. The upper surface of the head is usually grey or olive with dark postorbital stripes. Known some individuals completely black and Vice versa is very light. Fingerlings are usually orange, are not clearly marked bands of darker shade across the back, below the colour varies from pinkish to light orange. In captivity, reach the color of the adult to 1-1.5 years.
IUCN/IUCN 2000: Vulnerable.
CITES/CITES: Appendix I – A.
This species has a long history Continue reading