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Marine Biologist currently studying the 'Bleaching Susceptibility in Corals'. I use my work opportunities to travel and photograph wildlife!
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Ive asked several people about this snake now, no one is too sure, its those incompete bands but if i was to hazard a guess it would be Himeralli (Micrurus surinamensis) or the South American Aquatic Coral Snake, the largest coral snake, often has random bandings and a red head
i think the two gastropods are different, the whorl of the larger is much more triangular like top shells where as the smaller is more rounded, not a littorina though i was wrong on that might just be becuase its a juvenile that its mishapen but i think they seem different, i have an id book so ill take a look! for barnicles if you can see inside there is usually a different patten on in the closing bit of shell, they are some sort of acorn barnacle though but there are several species.