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    • Maggie Sk8

      REAL - Hairy Bush Viper Snake with Leaf-like Scales (Atheris hispida). This is the original color and photo of the snake. By Mark Kostich. https://society6.com/product/hairy-bush-viper-snake_print#1=45

    • Habetrot

      The Bush Viper lives in the trees of the tropical forests in Africa and it does most of its hunting at night. This snake may look fierce, but it’s actually one of the smallest species of snake, with a maximum length of only 78cm.

    • Kim Callahan

      Bush Viper--Being a carnivore predator, the Bush Viper lives up in the trees of the tropical forests of Africa, and does most of its hunting at night. (Image credits: thegeneralmonk)

    • Quiet ✶ Thoughtz

      ✶The Bush Viper lives in the trees of the tropical forests in Africa, and it does most of its hunting at night. As if snakes weren’t already scary enough, this one looks as though it’s covered in hundreds of spiky leaves. [NOT Photo shopped] ✶

    • shahroon aslam

      The bush viper@ Being a carnivore predator,the bush viper lives up to in the trees of tropical forest of africa,and does most of hunting at nights... Shahroon aslam.......

    • Stacy Harlow

      20 Amazing Animals That You Won’t Believe Actually Exist | EMGN | Page 3

    • Gregg Story

      An example of the vastly different Eyes created by God

    • Day Parker

      atheris hispida albino - Google Search

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