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A FACT ABOUT ANIMALS IN ASIA;  There is a group of snakes called “whip snakes” and the three of them shown above, in order, are the Oriental Whip Snake, the Big-Eyed Oriental Whip Snake, and then the Keel-Bellied Whip Snake. Some people more commonly know them as Vine Snakes. They are slender and can hang from a branch with their heads still and appearing like no more than another vine in the rainforest. They’re only slightly venomous but can still make a human quite ill so it isn’t a snake you should rush up and grab without thinking it through. They should be handled very carefully. These are rear-fanged snakes; meaning that their fangs are in the back of their upper jaw. Rattle snakes and many other highly dangerous and well known snakes have their fangs in the front instead. | animal blog
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A FACT ABOUT ANIMALS IN ASIA; There is a group of snakes called “whip snakes” and the three of them shown above, in order, are the Oriental Whip Snake, the Big-Eyed Oriental Whip Snake, and then the Keel-Bellied Whip Snake. Some people more commonly know them as Vine Snakes. They are slender and can hang from a branch with their heads still and appearing like no more than another vine in the rainforest. They’re only slightly venomous but can still make a human quite ill so it isn’t a snake you should rush up and grab without thinking it through. They should be handled very carefully. These are rear-fanged snakes; meaning that their fangs are in the back of their upper jaw. Rattle snakes and many other highly dangerous and well known snakes have their fangs in the front instead. | animal blog

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