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Posts tagged: snake

slitheringscales:

i love this happy meals :D

divineapprehension:

nubbsgalore:

tree frog and tree python are totes besties. photos by fahmi bhs (previously featured) in jakarta (more precious lil buddies)

This is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen

mirrormaskcamera:

Katerina Plotnikova

mirrormaskcamera:

Katerina Plotnikova

weird-fetichisms:

joshpeck:

castiel-the-assbutt:

whatthisismyurl:

wow I’ve never seen a bird drink before

that’s a snake

dogs are incredible

weird-fetichisms:

joshpeck:

castiel-the-assbutt:

whatthisismyurl:

wow I’ve never seen a bird drink before

that’s a snake

dogs are incredible

critterkisses:

"Will you be my friend too?" - Ernest

critterkisses:

"Will you be my friend too?" - Ernest

pretzel-the-hognose:

I managed to catch Pretzel fixing his face after a meal!

instvnct:

P Y T H O N | Yousef Zaman

instvnct:

P Y T H O N | Yousef Zaman

libutron:

Spotted Genuine-Snake (Saphenophis boursieri) | ©Lucas M. Bustamante-Enríquez
Siempre Verde, Imbabura, Ecuador.
Saphenophis boursieri (Colubridae) is a diurnal and terrestrial snake specialist of soil and leaf litter in deep, chilly evergreen lower-montane forests, cloud forests and silvopastures. It occurs near streams, but is not restricted to them.
This colubrid is docile and completely harmless to humans. It is also very secretive. Only occasionally it is seen exposed basking in filtered sunlight.
Distribution. 1276–2549 m. Pacific slopes of the Andes in Ecuador and Colombia. Saphenophis boursieri is believed to be an extremely rare snake of low population densities.
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libutron:

Spotted Genuine-Snake (Saphenophis boursieri) | ©Lucas M. Bustamante-Enríquez

Siempre Verde, Imbabura, Ecuador.

Saphenophis boursieri (Colubridae) is a diurnal and terrestrial snake specialist of soil and leaf litter in deep, chilly evergreen lower-montane forests, cloud forests and silvopastures. It occurs near streams, but is not restricted to them.

This colubrid is docile and completely harmless to humans. It is also very secretive. Only occasionally it is seen exposed basking in filtered sunlight.

Distribution. 1276–2549 m. Pacific slopes of the Andes in Ecuador and Colombia. Saphenophis boursieri is believed to be an extremely rare snake of low population densities.

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