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The fish are plentiful, but there are also venomous snakes, crocodiles, and even man-eating tigers.
On the beach around the pond Cutler was dazzled by an assortment of “shells of different kinds, turtles, frogs, toads, lizards, water snakes, etc.”
The snake eats by “slowly cutting back and forth until it can put its head in.”
To find the closest veterinarian that treats snakes or the fastest route to school, you might type the relevant question into Google and then review its list of possible solutions.
Because snake plants, or sansevieria, are so common, Gordon suggests going with a more interesting species of the genus.
Anglers like these worms because they wriggle and thrash like angry snakes.
Paying special attention to detail, the couple rented an old school car and got Ernest a red velour tracksuit, while Dayna sported a red, zebra print bodycon dresss and snake print boots that she says she “searched high and low” for.
In the tradition of probably-fictional lake monsters from Scotland to Vermont, Lake Erie’s critter is rumored to be a gigantic aquatic snake thing.
Instead, the tentacleshelp a snake sense a fish’s position in the water andknow when to attack.
Now high-tech X-rays have unveiled the mysterious life histories of three of these mummies — a cat, a bird and a snake.

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