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    Serpentine: Beautiful Portraits of the World’s Most Deadly Snakes - For the past year LA-based photographer Mark Laita has been traveling to various locations around the U.S. and Central America photographing some of the world’s most deadliest snakes, a series entitled Serpentine. | #Photography #Snakes #Reptiles #Serpents |

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    Philippine Pit Viper (Trimeresurus flavomaculatus). © Mark Laita. OMG My favorite colors

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    Serpentine: Beautiful Portraits of the Worlds Most Deadly Snakes travel snakes documentary biology animals

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