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Give reptile lovers and report writers an up close look at their favorite slithering snakes, from the deadly rattlesnake to the enormous anaconda. Readers will discover the distinctive characteristics and behaviors that make each species so fascinating.
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All is quiet along the Amazon River. But hidden in the shallow water are the world’s largest snakes. Discover how anacondas use their heavy bodies to squeeze ...
Somewhere in Africa, black death slithers through the tall grass. Black mambas are not only the fastest snake in the world, but also one of the most poisonous.
Deep in the South American jungle, a boa constrictor drops from a tree onto its prey. Soon its body is wrapped around its meal, squeezing it to death. Learn ...
In the middle of an Asian forest, a cobra senses danger. It lifts its body into the air and spreads its hood. If the enemy comes any closer, the snake is ...
Run ins between copperheads and people are happening more often in the United States and Mexico, where the snakes live. Copperheads sometimes make their homes ...
In movies that involve snakes, corn snakes are often the stars of the show. Along with being great actors, they are popular pets. Learn more about these ...
A small, black snake brushes against your leg. Its yellow stripe may be alarming, but this snake isn't venomous. Discover how garter snakes survive all types ...
Kingsnakes come in a variety of sizes, colors, and patterns. But they're best known for is eating other snakes even venomous ones! Learn more about these ...
Pythons are among the biggest snakes in the world. In fact, one type of python is the only snake known to eat a human! Learn more about these fearsome hunters, ...
Two hikers take an early morning walk along a desert path. Suddenly they hear a rattling sound and spot a rattlesnake coiled in front of them. Discover how ...
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