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checkered keelback


Keelbacks are Colubrid snakes of the subfamily Natricinae, so named because their dorsal scales exhibit strong keeling. The family is notable for containing some of the very few colubrid snakes (particularly of the genus Rhabdophis) known to be dangerous to man. These snakes are distributing sea level to 1000m. These snakes can be found in Eastern Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Southern china, South land Asia, & Thailand also.(

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Pedro Beirão
Pedro Beirão 7 years ago

Nice one! :D

Smith'sZoo 8 years ago

Superb photo's Hemant!

gifted-group13 8 years ago

Yuck I hate fishes they are nasty

gifted-group10 8 years ago

Spider fish!!!!!!!

KellyReed 8 years ago

Crazy picture

Ava T-B
Ava T-B 8 years ago

This spotting could go in the Hunters and Animal Feeding Behavior mission at

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Andhra Pradesh, India

Spotted on Sep 21, 2012
Submitted on Sep 21, 2012

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