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Cascabel del pacifico (Crotalus basiliscus) - Zoológico de San Juan de Aragón

Channel: maxtc & Total View: 1405


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Crotalus (Organism Classification), Crotalus Basiliscus, Zoológico De San Juan De Aragón, Mexico City (City/Town/Village), Mexico (Country), Mexico State (Mexican State), maxtc


Add Date: September 6, 2015, 7:01 pm & Duration: 00:00:48


Likes: 9 | Dislike: 2


Serpiente de gran tamaño y cuerpo robusto, la talla promedio de animales adultos es de 1.5 metros pero no son raros ejemplares de mas de 2 metros de longitud. Su coloración es amarillenta con tonalidades de verde oliva a café; las serpientes grandes se ven más verdosas. La cabeza triangular se distingue fácilmente del cuerpo, tiene un par de líneas claras por delante de los ojos y hasta el ángulo de la boca. Posee manchas dorsales grandes en forma de diamante formadas por una hilera de escamas oscuras bordeadas por una hilera de escamas blancas, el color interior es café oscuro. La parte final del cuerpo y la cola es muy oscura a veces negra. El cascabel generalmente es muy largo. La parte ventral de esta serpiente es blanca o de color crema, incluso la parte inferior de la mandibula.

Distribución: Esta especie es endémica de México, se distribuye en la costa del pacífico en los estados de Sonora, Sinaloa, Nayarit, Jalisco, Colima y Michoacán.
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Crotalus basiliscus is a venomous pit viper species found in western Mexico. The specific name is derived from the Greek word for king, basiliskos, and alludes to this snake's large size and...

Cascabel tropical (Crotalus simus) - Zoológico de San Juan de Aragón

Channel: maxtc & Total View: 1195


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Crotalus (Organism Classification), Crotalus Culminatus, Zoo, Zoológico De San Juan De Aragón, maxtc, Mexico (Country), Mexico City (City/Town/Village), Mexico State (Mexican State), Snake, Snakes, Schlange, Klapperschlange, Crotalus Simus (Organism Classification)


Add Date: September 6, 2015, 7:02 pm & Duration: 00:00:30


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La serpiente de cascabel centroamericana (Crotalus simus) es una especie de serpiente venenosa que pertenece a la subfamilia de víboras de foseta. Ocurre en México y América Central. Su nombre científico significa "nariz plana", probablemente en alusión a su cabeza relativamente contundente comparado con la del género Bothrops. En la actualidad, 3 subespecies son reconocidas incluyendo la subespecie nominal que se describe aquí.

Los adultos suelen exceder los 130 cm de longitud. Los machos, que son generalmente más largos que las hembras, pueden alcanzar 140-160 cm en algunas poblaciones. La longitud máxima registrada es de 180 cm.

Nombres comunes
Cascabel centroamericana, cascabel tropical. Víbora de cascabel (México), Kwechwah (El Salvador), Chil-chil (Costa Rica), Tzabcan (nombre común local para la subespecie C. s. tzabcan).
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Crotalus simus is a venomous pit viper species found in Mexico and Central America. The specific epithet is Latin for "flat-nosed", likely because its head is blunt compared with lanceheads (Bothrops). Three subspecies are recognized, including the nominate subspecies...

Cascabel pigmea (Crotalus ravus) - Zoológico de San Juan de Aragón

Channel: maxtc & Total View: 1821


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Crotalus (Organism Classification), Zoo (Literature Subject), Zoológico De San Juan De Aragón, Sistrurus Ravus, Mexico (Country), Mexico City (City/Town/Village), Mexico State (Mexican State), maxtc, snake, Klapperschlange


Add Date: September 6, 2015, 7:02 pm & Duration: 00:00:48


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Cascabel de nueve placas
Viborita de cascabel
Colcoatl (Náhuatl)
Descripción: serpiente de tamaño pequeño que en etapa adulta mide entre 40 y 65 cm en promedio alcanzando tallas máximas de 70 cm, ambos sexos miden casi lo mismo. La parte frontal de la cabeza es de color uniforme sin manchas presentando un par de estas en color oscuro en la nuca y cuello. En esta especie no se observan líneas laterales sobre ni debajo de los ojos. Su coloración dorsal es altamente variable y puede ser canela con tonalidades rojizas o verdosas oscuras, incluso amarillentas. Se observan de 22 a 44 parches dorsales oscuros con bordes negro que algunas veces tienen el centro claro; estos parches son más o menos simétricos y las áreas entre ellos son más claras que el resto del cuerpo. En la cola se observan de 2 a 8 franjas oscuras, algunas veces la parte más próxima al cascabel es rojiza. La cabeza presenta una serie de 9 a 12 escamas agrandadas en forma de placas que la diferencian del resto de las especies de cascabeles.

Distribución: Especie endémica a México, se distribuye en los estados de Guerrero, Puebla, Oaxaca, Estado de México, Distrito Federal, Morelos, Veracruz y Tamaulipas.

Black tailed rattlesnakeBlack tailed rattlesnake
00:00:36June 4, 2014, 7:50 pm
Black tailed rattlesnake

Channel: Sean Pace & Total View: 226


Tags:
rattlesnake, herpetology, venomous, pitviper, Crotalus Molossus (Organism Classification), black tailed rattlesnake, snake, reptile


Add Date: June 4, 2014, 7:50 pm & Duration: 00:00:36


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Black tailed rattlesnake - Crotalus molossus ornatus. My favorite rattler in my collection

עכסן גב יהלום מערבי Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) Prague Zoo

Channel: Snakes.co.il & Total View: 299


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Rattlesnake (Organism Classification), Reptile (Animal), Crotalus Adamanteus (Organism Classification), Crotalus (Organism Classification), Prague Zoo (Zoo), Snake (Animal), עכסן, נחש, נחשים, זוחלים, viper, Viperidae (Animal)


Add Date: September 19, 2015, 9:03 am & Duration: 00:00:36


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Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake is a venomous pit viper species found in the southeastern United States. It is the heaviest though not longest venomous snake in the Americas and the largest rattlesnake.

Swimming After A DiamondBack RattlesnakeSwimming After A DiamondBack Rattlesnake
00:03:50August 24, 2014, 7:58 pm
Swimming After A DiamondBack Rattlesnake

Channel: Bob Hansler & Total View: 2746


Tags:
Rattlesnake (Organism Classification), Crotalus Atrox (Organism Classification), snake, outdoorsman, bushcraft, survivalism, survival skills, venemous, poisenous, dangerous, adventure, extreme, nature, discovery, Discovery Channel (TV Network), Animal Planet (TV Network), Bob Hansler, Diamondback Rattlesnake, How to catch a rattlesnake, how to pick up a rattlesnake, how to kill a rattlesnake, catching snakes, handling snakes, treating snake bites


Add Date: August 24, 2014, 7:58 pm & Duration: 00:03:50


Likes: 60 | Dislike: 1


raveling the banks of the Pecos River at night and came across a healthy rattlesnake that thought I might be deterred by a bit of water. As seen in the video I pursue the snake swimming after him and end up catching him. Please do not attempt to imitate what is being done here as the possibility of severe harm is extremely real. Take care of the nature you find out and about, it has just as much of a right to live on this earth as we do... unless you're hungry.

I've additional information on the Diamondback Rattlesnake below.

Crotalus atrox, the western diamondback rattlesnake, is a venomous rattlesnake species found in the United States and Mexico. It is likely responsible for the majority of snakebite fatalities in northern Mexico and the second-greatest number in the USA.

Adults commonly grow to 120 cm (4 ft) in length. Specimens over 150 cm (5 ft) are infrequently encountered, while those over 180 cm (6 ft) are very rare. The maximum reported length considered to be reliable is 213 cm (7 ft).[5] Males become much larger than females, although this difference in size does not occur until after they have reached sexual maturity.[6] Rattlesnakes of this species considered medium-sized weighed 1.8 to 2.7 kg (4 to 6 lb), while very...

Eastern hognose snake (heterodon platirhinos)Eastern hognose snake (heterodon platirhinos)
00:00:23June 10, 2010, 1:34 pm
Eastern hognose snake (heterodon platirhinos)

Channel: a - z animals & Total View: 1258


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education, forest, Snake, wildlife, USA, Hognose, animal, Eastern Hognose Snake (Heterodon platyrhinos), Heterodon platyrhinos, Eastern Hognose Snake, Hognose Snake, Colubridae, wiki/Hognose, wiki/Heterodon_platirhinos, deaf adder, Spreading adder, Eastern hognose snake (heterodon platirhinos), hog-nosed snake, spreading adder, snakes, eastern hognose snake (heterodon platirhinos), Eastern hognose snake - Wikipedia, eastern hognose snake facts, snake facts, Hog-nosed snakes, usa


Add Date: June 10, 2010, 1:34 pm & Duration: 00:00:23


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Eastern Hognose Snake (Heterodon platyrhinos)

Heterodon platirhinos, commonly known as the eastern hog-nosed snake, spreading adder, or deaf adder, is a colubrid species endemic to North America. No subspecies are currently recognized. Wikipedia

Scientific name: Heterodon platirhinos

Conservation status: Least Concern (Population stable)

Higher classification: Hog-nosed snakes

Rank: Species

Suborder: Serpentes

Did you know: The eastern hognose snake is found in southern New Hampshire.

or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heterodon_platirhinos

Unicolor RattlerUnicolor Rattler
00:11:27August 23, 2015, 4:37 am
Unicolor Rattler

Channel: Snake Charmer & Total View: 958


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Rattlesnake (Organism Classification), Aruba (Country), Crotalus Durissus Unicolor (Organism Classification), Animal (Film Genre), Wildlife (Film Subject), wild, animal, exotic, exotic animals, beautiful, amazing, predator, feeding, eating, Snake, Reptile, Legend, Snakes, Mouse


Add Date: August 23, 2015, 4:37 am & Duration: 00:11:27


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This is my beautiful Aruba Island Rattler. She is for sale and probably will go soon so I wanted to film her one last time...

Baby Long-Tails - A litter of the rare Crotalus lannomi

Channel: HERPMX & Total View: 1946


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Crotalus, lannomi, long-tailed, Rattlesnake (Organism Classification), new born, Crotalus lannomi, Mexico (Country), Colima (Mexican State)


Add Date: June 14, 2014, 7:29 pm & Duration: 00:02:05


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This short clip shows an adult female Manantlán Long-tailed Rattlesnake (Crotalus lannomi) and her 6 newborn babies. This species was only recently rediscovered in the mountains of Colima, México in 2008 after being "lost to science" for 42 years.

Serpiente de Cascabel TropicalSerpiente de Cascabel Tropical
00:00:25October 24, 2013, 7:36 pm
Serpiente de Cascabel Tropical

Channel: ʞrotalo25 & Total View: 527


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snake, Rattlesnake (Organism Classification), Xcalak Quintana Roo (City/Town/Village), Herpetology, Biologist, Tropics (Taxonomy Subject), Quintana Roo (Mexican State), Crotalus (Organism Classification), Vibora de Cascabel, Parque Nacional Arrecifes de Xcalak


Add Date: October 24, 2013, 7:36 pm & Duration: 00:00:25


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Serpiente de Cascabel (Crotalus durissus) Tropical sobre la carretera en el Parque Nacional Arrecifes de Xcalak

Crotalus willardi willardi, Huachuca Mountains, Arizona

Channel: Daniel Hediger & Total View: 312


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Crotalus (Organism Classification), Crotalus Willardi Willardi, Arizona (US State), Arizona Ridgenose Rattlesnake


Add Date: October 18, 2015, 2:45 am & Duration: 00:00:20


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Arizona Ridgenose Rattlesnake (Crotalus willardi willardi) found in the Huachuca Mountains, Arizona in Summer 2015

Herpes (oral & genital) - causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Channel: Osmosis & Total View: 341706


Tags:
Health (Industry), Medicine (Field of Study), Disease (Cause of Death), Osmosis, Pathology (Medical Specialty), what is, nursing (field of study), Nursing school (organization), Oral herpes, Genital herpes, Herpes, Sexually transmitted diseases, STD, STI, Sexually transmitted, infections, Herpes simplex virus 1, Herpes simplex virus 2, HSV1, HSV2


Add Date: January 17, 2017, 8:11 am & Duration: 00:10:00


Likes: 2836 | Dislike: 121


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Cascabel del pantano (Crotalus polystictus) - Zoológico de San Juan de Aragón

Channel: maxtc & Total View: 1179


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Crotalus (Organism Classification), Crotalus Polystictus, Mexico (Country), Mexico City (City/Town/Village), Mexico State (Mexican State), maxtc, Zoológico De San Juan De Aragón


Add Date: September 6, 2015, 7:01 pm & Duration: 00:01:14


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La cascabel del pantano (Crotalus polystictus), llamada también serpiente de cascabel cabeza de lanza mexicana es una especie de víbora venenosa oriunda del centro de México. No se reconocen subespecies.

Los adultos generalmente crecen hasta una longitud total de 60 a 70 cm (24 a 28 pulgadas), aunque excepcionalmente existen muestras pueden medir hasta 100 cm (39 pulgadas) de largo.

La especie se encuentra en la meseta del centro de México desde el sur de Zacatecas y el noreste de Colima al centro de Veracruz. Se produce a alturas entre 1.450 y 2.600 m (4.760 y 8.530 pies). Una restricción geográfica a "Tupátaro, Guanajuanto, México" fue propuesto por HM Smith y Taylor (1950).
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Crotalus polystictus is a venomous pit viper species found in central Mexico. No subspecies is currently recognized.

Adults usually grow to a total length of 60 to 70 cm (24 to 28 in), although exceptionally large specimens may be as much as 100 cm (39 in) long.

The species is found on the plateau of central Mexico from southern Zacatecas and northeastern Colima east to east-central Veracruz. It occurs at elevations between...

Shulba (Pituophis lineaticollis) - Zoológico de San Juan de Aragón

Channel: maxtc & Total View: 437


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Zoológico De San Juan De Aragón, Pituophis (Organism Classification), Zoo (Literature Subject), maxtc


Add Date: September 6, 2015, 7:04 pm & Duration: 00:00:36


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Pituophis lineaticollis

La culebra sorda centroamericana (Pituophis lineaticollis) es una especie de serpiente que pertenece a la familia Colubridae. Es nativa de Guatemala y México. Su rango altitudinal oscila entre 800 y 2500 msnm.1 Su hábitat natural se compone de bosque húmedo, bosque nuboso, y bosque de coníferas. Es una especie terrestre1 que se alimenta principalmente de pequeños roedores.
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Cincuate Pine Snake

This snake occurs from about central southern Mexico southward to Mexico City and possibly, continuing into Chiapas (Briggs, 2001). Its range of distribution apparently ends in the northwest region where Pituophis d. deppei occurs. The distribution range of the ssp. gibsoni has no known racial overlap.

The ground color of this snake is a sand color to light brown, or olive brown, too. Sometimes there are white markings in it. On the back of the fore-body there are 2 longitudinal stripes. Another lateral stripe is on each side. In the mid-body region, the 2 stripes of the back nearly separate into single spots that blend together or overlap each other forming saddle-like...

Crotalus enyo (Mating)Crotalus enyo (Mating)
00:01:01July 29, 2015, 4:26 am
Crotalus enyo (Mating)

Channel: VC Breeders & Total View: 120


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Mating (Literature Subject), Crotalus (Organism Classification), Crotalus Enyo, Animal (Film Genre), Rattlesnake (Organism Classification), Snake (Animal), Venomous Snake (Cause Of Death)


Add Date: July 29, 2015, 4:26 am & Duration: 00:01:01


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Baja Californian Rattlesnakes while mating.
Haven't seen much vid's about this so hope you'll enjoy it.

Baja Californische Ratelslangen tijdens de paring.
Heb niet veel video's hiervan gezien, dus hoop dat het interessant is.

Crotalus pricei pricei, Huachuca Mountains, ArizonaCrotalus pricei pricei, Huachuca Mountains, Arizona
00:00:34October 18, 2015, 2:56 am
Crotalus pricei pricei, Huachuca Mountains, Arizona

Channel: Daniel Hediger & Total View: 672


Tags:
Crotalus (Organism Classification), Crotalus Pricei Pricei, Arizona (US State), Huachuca Mountains (Mountain Range)


Add Date: October 18, 2015, 2:56 am & Duration: 00:00:34


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A Crotalus pricei pricei from the Huacuca Mountains, Arizona. Found during rain in Summer 2015

Mexican Lance-headed RattlesnakeMexican Lance-headed Rattlesnake
00:00:37April 2, 2010, 9:21 pm
Mexican Lance-headed Rattlesnake

Channel: robtfdfbvv & Total View: 884


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VTS, xvid, 009


Add Date: April 2, 2010, 9:21 pm & Duration: 00:00:37


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Mexican lance-headed rattlesnake
Crotalus polystictus is a venomous pitviper species found in central Mexico. No subspecies are currently recognized.[4]
Description
Adults usually grow to 60-70 cm, although exceptionally large specimens may be as much as 100 cm in length.[2]
[edit] Geographic range
Found on the plateau of central Mexico from southern Zacatecas and northeastern Colima east to east-central Veracruz. Occurs at elevations between 1,450 m and 2,600 m. The type locality given is "Table Land, Mexico", although a restriction to "Tupátaro, Guanajuanto, Mexico" was proposed by Smith and Taylor (1950).[1]
[edit] Conservation status
This species is classified as Least Concern (LC) on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species (v3.1, 2001).[5] Species are listed as such due to their wide distribution, presumed large population, or because it is unlikely to be declining fast enough to qualify for listing in a more threatened category. The population trend is down. Year assessed: 2007.[6]

Timber Rattler (Crotalus Horridus)Timber Rattler (Crotalus Horridus)
00:06:26June 15, 2015, 5:24 pm
Timber Rattler (Crotalus Horridus)

Channel: Russell Lederman & Total View: 2297


Tags:
Timber Rattler, Crotalus Horridus, Black Rat Snake, Rattlesnake (Organism Classification)


Add Date: June 15, 2015, 5:24 pm & Duration: 00:06:26


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North Central Pennsylvania:
Black Phase Timber Rattlesnake
Road Rescue of Black Rat Snake

Crotalus mitchellii stephensi (panamint rattlesnake)Crotalus mitchellii stephensi (panamint rattlesnake)
00:17:14October 23, 2015, 8:20 am
Crotalus mitchellii stephensi (panamint rattlesnake)

Channel: venom2015 Moh & Total View: 27071


Tags:
venomous snake, snake bite, Crotalus Mitchellii Stephensi, Reptile (Animal), Crotalus Mitchellii (Organism Classification), Crotalus (Organism Classification), crtoalus atrox, diamondback rattlesnake, gopro hero 4 silver, venom


Add Date: October 23, 2015, 8:20 am & Duration: 00:17:14


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panamint rattlesnake feedin mastomys

Aruba Klapperschlange (Crotalus durissus unicolor) - Aruba rattlesnake - Haus des Meeres

Channel: maxtc & Total View: 1337


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Crotalus (Organism Classification), Crotalus Durissus Unicolor (Organism Classification), Crotalus Durissus (Organism Classification), Aruba (Country), Haus, des, Meeres, Wien, Vienna, Aqua, Terra, Zoo, Tropenhaus, Austria, Österreich, Haus des Meeres, Aqua Terra Zoo, Rattlesnake, Klapperschlange, Aussterben, bedroht, Snake


Add Date: December 22, 2014, 6:33 am & Duration: 00:02:34


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Aruba Klapperschlange im Haus des Meeres / Aqua Terra Zoo in Wien.

Sie lebt auf der Insel Aruba, die sich vor der Küste Venezuelas befindet. Früher besiedelten sie ganz Aruba, vor allem das Landesinnere. Seit man da jedoch einen Flughafen gebaut hat wurde sie immer mehr in die Berge vertrieben. Heute geht man davon aus dass es nur noch 200 bis 300 Exemplare in freier Natur gibt. Also kurz vor dem Aussterben. Die Durchschnitztemperaturen auf Aruba sind 29°, der Winter nicht unter 20°C. Eine leichte Brise ist fast allgegenwärtig. Sie ernährt sich von Vögeln, Kleinsäugern und Echsen.

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Common names: Aruba rattlesnake, Aruba island rattlesnake, Cascabel (Papiamento).

Crotalus durissus unicolor is a venomous pitviper subspecies found only on the Caribbean island of Aruba, off the coast of Venezuela. Critically endangered, it is estimated that fewer than 230 adults survive in the wild. Sometimes still treated as a full species.

Crotalus vegrandis 1Crotalus vegrandis 1
00:01:26June 30, 2013, 3:40 am
Crotalus vegrandis 1

Channel: new hous & Total View: 224


Tags:
Schlangen Klapperschlangen Kommentkampf, Crotalus Durissus Vegrandis (Organism Classification)


Add Date: June 30, 2013, 3:40 am & Duration: 00:01:26


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Kommentkampf Uracoan Klapperschlangen

Crotalus mitchellii pyrrhus (southwestern speckled rattlesnake)

Channel: venom2015 Moh & Total View: 1804


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venomous snake, crotalus durissus vegrandis, snake byte, Crotalus Mitchellii Pyrrhus, Crotalus (Organism Classification), Crotalus Mitchellii (Organism Classification), Reptile (Animal)


Add Date: October 5, 2015, 8:25 am & Duration: 00:14:47


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Crotalus mitchellii pyrrhus feeding pinky mouse

Hornotter ( Vipera a. ammodytes ), Kommentkampf zweier Männchen, Teil 2

Channel: Sascha Ludwig Doerr & Total View: 324


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25.03.2014, Vipera Ammodytes (Organism Classification)


Add Date: March 25, 2014, 11:17 am & Duration: 00:08:07


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Tag 2: Kommentkampf zweier männlichen Hornottern ( Vipera ammodytes ammodytes ). Ich habe eine männliche Hornotter der Kroatischen Velebitvariante, zur Gruppe der Kroatischen Krk Variante gesetzt. Kurz nach dem Einsetzen des fremden Männchen, erfolgte der Kommentkampf. Der Kommentkampf ist ein Kampfritual, zweier sich rivalisierender männlichen Gegner von Schlangen. Im Terrarium ist eine gelbe Vipera ammodytes ammodytes der Skutariseeregion ( Montenegro ) zu sehen. Diese ist noch nicht geschlechtsreif und nur kurzfristig in der Gruppe der Krk Variante mit vergesellschaftet.

Die Winterruhe wurde vor ca. einer Woche beendet. Die Temperaturen betrugen hierbei zwischen 4 - 8 Grad Celsius.

A Very Sad Day (Blacktail Rattlesnake)A Very Sad Day (Blacktail Rattlesnake)
00:04:50October 12, 2014, 2:20 pm
A Very Sad Day (Blacktail Rattlesnake)

Channel: Jeremy09jm & Total View: 3459


Tags:
Rattlesnake (Organism Classification), Venomous Snake (Cause Of Death), snakes, reptiles, dangerous animals, colubrids, Popular Culture (Media Genre), Dragon, Crotalus Molossus (Organism Classification), rattler, turtles, frogs, cold blooded, jeremy


Add Date: October 12, 2014, 2:20 pm & Duration: 00:04:50


Likes: 27 | Dislike: 0


These are videos I wish I never had to shoot, but unfortunately when you keep a large collection of animals things like this happen.

Volcano Rattlesnakes - In search of Crotalus pusillus

Channel: HERPMX & Total View: 2060


Tags:
Crotalus (Organism Classification), pusillus, Dusky Rattlesnake, Rattlesnake, Volcan de Fuego, Colima, Reptile (Organism Classification), Snake (Organism Classification), Venomous Snake (Cause Of Death)


Add Date: May 31, 2014, 4:37 pm & Duration: 00:03:35


Likes: 24 | Dislike: 2


A short video of a quick herping trip to Colima's Volcán de Fuego to search for Dusky Rattlesnakes (Crotalus pusillus). This species was only recently found in Colima, and the two snakes depicted in this video are the 4th and 5th specimens known from the state. Also shown are Pseudoeurycea belli, Craugastor augusti and Craugastor occidentalis.

Long-Tailing - In search of the Manantlán Long-tailed Rattlesnake

Channel: HERPMX & Total View: 1841


Tags:
Crotalus (Organism Classification), Rattlesnake (Organism Classification), Field Herping, lannomi, Mexico, Colima (Mexican State), Crotalus lannomi


Add Date: September 28, 2014, 12:53 pm & Duration: 00:04:06


Likes: 30 | Dislike: 1


The HERP.MX Field Team headed into the mountains of Colima to search for Crotalus lannomi. This species went missing after its discovery in the 1970's and was even thought to be extinct before being rediscovered in 2008. Since then, a handful of additional snakes have been located in the mountains of Colima.

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