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Peringueys / Sidewinding adder (Bitis peringueyi) hiding in shallow sand, Namib Desert Featured Sand Viper Image

Peringueys / Sidewinding adder (Bitis peringueyi) hiding in shallow sand, Namib Desert

Peringuey's / Sidewinding adder (Bitis peringueyi) hiding in shallow sand, Namib Desert, Namibia.
This little endemic snake is one of the smallest adders in the world

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U.S. Marines train in combat marksmanship during Enhanced Mojave Viper Featured Sand Viper Image

U.S. Marines train in combat marksmanship during Enhanced Mojave Viper

September 20, 2012 - U.S. Marines train in combat marksmanship during Enhanced Mojave Viper at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, California

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PERINGUEY S DESERT ADDER - sidewinding across sand, leaving tracks Featured Sand Viper Image

PERINGUEY S DESERT ADDER - sidewinding across sand, leaving tracks

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PERINGUEYs DESERT ADDER - sidewinding across sand, leaving tracks
Namib desert, Namibia. Africa
Bitis peringueyi
This is a mildly poisonous sidewinder adder that uses the sidewinding locomotion to traverse across the burning hot sand dunes
M. Watson
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

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