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Samuel Roberto, el viejo, boxen, and 27 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. True_Bavarian ages ago | reply

    Wow, what happened to the lizard? Did it end up in the snake? :)

  2. Jolie2005 ages ago | reply

    what kind of snake is this? it's marvellous..

  3. True_Bavarian ages ago | reply

    It's a "Dendroaspis viridis" - western green mamba

  4. Samuel Roberto ages ago | reply

    it's lovely!!!!!!!!

  5. twizzler ages ago | reply


  6. lianghai ages ago | reply

    clever snake
    nice skin color

  7. yojasonsparks ages ago | reply

    Another excellent capture... Do you work in a zoo?

  8. True_Bavarian ages ago | reply

    Thanks to you all! I'm not working in a zoo, but I love to go there once in a while... of course it would be be even better to see all those fantastic creatures in the wild....

  9. toastforbrekkie ages ago | reply

    Yeah, but I wouldn't want to run into this, one of the most poisonous snakes in the world, in the wild...

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  11. marius_cernea ages ago | reply

    what did the snake say about the picture?

  12. Lucas Melo Travassos 112 months ago | reply

    Parabéns, muito bela!

  13. gansternando 111 months ago | reply

    black mamba XD

  14. me2myself(Vaishali) 109 months ago | reply

    Another superb shot!

  15. gbuggs 101 months ago | reply

    its very poisonous snake
    how did u managed to get it shot

  16. luca meneghel 101 months ago | reply

    wow stunning shot

  17. Stan Miedziak 100 months ago | reply

    Nice shot!!!!!!!!!!

  18. SplashH2O 87 months ago | reply

    This gorgeous example of green in nature was found in Green is Gorgeous and Full of Life!.

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