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I think almost any animal baby in the world is adorable.except for snakes.

Ball Pythons are Crazy and These morphs make me want to draw them!!!

Ball Pythons are Crazy and These morphs make me want to draw them! >>> I'd love a normal or a mystic ball python 😊

Fact About Rattlesnake and Their Babies – Two North American rattlesnake species are commonly called diamondbacks: the eastern diamondback (Crotalus adamenteus) as well as the western diamondback (Crotalus atrox). Both are large species – the eastern is the biggest rattlesnake worldwide – and both have poisonous attacks.  Grown-up diamondbacks have basically no all-natural predators. Neonate rattlesnakes are not also protected because of their small size and their selection of predators; in…

Fact About Rattlesnake and Their Babies

Two North American rattlesnake species are commonly called diamondbacks. Here is all fact about Rattlesnake and Their Babies.

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Fact About Rattlesnake and Their Babies

Two North American rattlesnake species are commonly called diamondbacks. Here is all fact about Rattlesnake and Their Babies.

snakes in hats | Thread: Snakes in tiny hats!

This is not so much a magic trick or nasty surprise, this is snakes wearing tiny hats because they want to look their best, top hats, caps and many others.

I see one every year. Not aggressive unless it feels threatened. Venomous, but warns before striking, which is more than can be said about the brown snake.

Appropriately named the Red Bellied Black snake, is not considered aggressive unless it feels threatened. Venomous, but warns before striking, which is more than can be said about the brown snake.

Green Anaconda (Eunectes murinus)

A worldgorger dragon. that's what you can find when paddling with a dugout canoe through the rivers of Ecuador's Yasuni National Park. The dragon is known as Green Anaconda (Eunectes murinus). Photo by Alejandro Arteaga. Nope, not paddling there.

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