boomslang


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boomslang

a large greenish venomous arboreal colubrid snake, Dispholidus typus, of southern Africa
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Welfare officers found the boomslang, a boa constrictor, a python and a Californian kingsnake had been neglected by Ross.
Detectives initially thought they were for a medical condition But speculation grew that Garrick was injecting himself with venom to build up an immunity against snake bites after being bitten by a Boomslang snake in South Africa 13 months earlier.
On the Snake Safari, youOll tick off an alternative Big Five I the python, puff adder, cobra, mamba and feared boomslang.
JOHNNY MARR & THE HEALERS Boomslang (imusic) FORMER Smiths guitarist Marr returns with a surprisingly mainstream mix of indie pop and soft rock that's positively joyous at times but occasionally lapses into by-thenumbers mediocrity.
Blake can't identify it, but it's not one of the famously poisonous snakes of this region--not a boomslang, not a black mamba, not one of the several cobras.
The sporty wraparound styling and breezy side venting of the new Boomslang looks good no matter the season.
Sometimes, she says, as she hurries to gather up her blanket, the boomslang will come into the village, sometimes they will go up in the thatch.
Boomslang Instruments, the mother company of PFO, develop GPS tracking alarm devices for objects of personal value, such as bicycles, pets and helmets, as well as the patented and innovative PFO One personal alarm bracelet.
To the Editor: We would like to comment on the case report published in the May 2016 issue of SAMJ [1] of a suspected boomslang bite presenting with severe haematemesis.
Opisthoglyphs, such as the African boomslang (Dispholidus typus) have their venom-conducting fangs located at the rear of the mouth.