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Snake

Arrangement established in 1972, that ties European currencies to each other within specified limits.
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This tough animal stands up to predators twice its size, can withstand the venom of the most poisonous snakes and relentlessly pursues its beloved honey.
The killer is a crime kingpin who has managed to smuggle onboard a bunch of hopped-up poisonous snakes with the idea of bringing the whole plane down.
Authorities in Manila, Philippines have discovered what appears to be an attempt to smuggle more than 100 poisonous snakes and lizards onto an aircraft.
Impassable rapids, poisonous snakes, hostile people and tropical diseases are all to be expected.
However, the Choctawhatchee team warns that the swamps are unmapped and home to mosquitoes, poisonous snakes, and alligators.
In tropical areas, there are a lot of poisonous snakes that are nocturnal," he says.
Prevention tips: -- Find out what poisonous snakes, if any, are in your area and learn to identify them.
The rising waters can also displace poisonous snakes and make mosquito populations explode.
Unlike the banks of Loch Lomond, the site of this weekend's Scottish Open, the Mongolian hazards include marmots infected with bubonic plague, and poisonous snakes.
Selby Botanical Gardens' manager of collections Bruce Holst chafes at comparisons to Indiana Jones, but how else to describe someone who braves mountains, rapids and poisonous snakes in search of rare plant species?
In a country that produces the world's 10 most poisonous snakes, whose chief cultural export is crocodile wrestlers, and where a prime minister once went swimming and vanished without a trace (there's a municipal pool named after him), the locals literally not to be left to their own devices.
Big game hunts in the UK, poisonous snakes kept in a council house, an alligator living in a bedroom and 98 pedigree dogs stacked in small boxes floor to ceiling.