Category: Reptiles

  • False water cobra

    The false water cobra is a species of rear fanged venomous snakes located in south American flood plains. The false water cobras have other names such as,  false cobra, South American water cobra and the Brazilian smooth snake. It is often referred to within the reptile hobby more simply as…

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  • Egyptian cobra

    The Egyptian cobra is a species of venomous cobra located in most of North Africa in counties like, Kenya and Tanzania. It is one of the largest cobras of the African continent. The head of this snake is large and depressed and slightly distinct from the neck. The neck has…

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  • King cobra

    The King cobra is a species of venomous cobra located from India to the southeast Asia. The king cobra is without a doubt the most infamous snake in the world and one of the most venomous ones. They are also one the most intelligent snakes, for many reasons including being…

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  • Mozambique spitting cobra

    The Mozambique spitting cobra is a species of venomous spitting cobra native to Africa.  It is a very common species of snake found in the African region. The species is widely distributed in the eastern parts of Southern Africa, most of Mozambique, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, southern Angola, Zambia, Malawi, northeastern Namibia,…

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  • Slow worm

    The slow worm is species of reptile located in UK and Ireland. The slow worm has many names like the deaf adder, the blind worm and sometimes even the long-cripple. Slow-worms can be found in heath land, tussocky grassland, woodland edges and rides where they can find invertebrates to eat…

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  • American copperhead

    The American copperhead is a species of venomous pit viper snakes that is endemic to eastern North America. Copperheads get their name, unsurprisingly, from their bronze-hued heads. These large snakes, found through the southern and eastern United States, have bodies that range from tan to copper to gray, with characteristic…

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  • Eastern coral snake

    The Eastern coral snake is a species of venomous species of snake native to the southeast area of the United states. Coral snakes are extremely reclusive and generally bite humans only when handled or stepped on. They must literally chew on their victim to inject their venom fully, so most…

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  • Cottonmouth

    The Cottonmouth is a species of venomous water snake located in south America. Common names include variants on water moccasin, swamp moccasin, black moccasin, cottonmouth, and simply viper. Water moccasins can be up to 6 ft (2 m) long and have distinctive white coloring inside the mouth, pitlike depressions behind the…

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  • Viper

    Vipers are venomous snakes that live in every part of the world but Antarctica, Australia, Hawaii, Madagascar, a few islands, and north of the Arctic Circle. Rattlesnakes are among the most common vipers in North America.  Vipers are known for their ability to track and strike prey. Most vipers are…

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  • Corn Snake

    Corn snakes make popular pets because they’re relatively small, easy to care for, docile, and colorful. In the wild, they’re usually orange and red, similar to a copperhead, but breeders have produced numerous color variations, including lavender, fluorescent orange, and many more. Corn snakes are found in the southeast or…

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