Alan Turini
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Shells of Neritina communis (zigzag nerite)

Shells of Neritina communis ( zigzag nerite ) , illustrating variation within a species Native to the southwest Pacific stock photo

ever seen a prettier snake! amazing design, amazing colors! notice nature's symmetry pattern, so perfected!

Atheris is a genus of venomous vipers found only in tropical subsaharan Africa, excluding southern Africa. Confined to rain forest areas, many members have isolated and fragmented distributions<---- it looks like a dragon!

Coral snakes are easy to spot by their distinctive coloring. They have alternating, red, yellow, and black bands. Did you get that? Red and yellow are touching each other, meaning this bad boy is poisonous. Be on the look out. There are counterfeit corals that have alternating red, black, and yellow bands. These aren’t poisonous. Coral snakes are shorter than other venomous snakes. They average about 40 inches and have smaller mouths and fangs.

Coral Snake - Red and yellow kills a fellow. Red and black is safe for Jack. Coral snakes [venomous] have red and yellow touching; scarlet king snakes [non-venomous] have red and black.