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Black Mamba- really Grey with Black inner mouth. Don't mess around or it will end you quickly!

Black Mamba- really Grey with Black inner mouth. Don't mess around or it will end you quickly!

Segredos Profanos

Segredos Profanos

Red-bellied black snake by Adam Plucinski - via  mohamed dalha's photo on Google+

Red-bellied black snake by Adam Plucinski - via mohamed dalha's photo on Google+

Gouache on paper painting by Velia De Iuliis, titled Pain - depicting a Black Mamba snake. One of the most dangerous snakes, the mamba's venom is believed to have potential pain relieving properties for humans.

Gouache on paper painting by Velia De Iuliis, titled Pain - depicting a Black Mamba snake. One of the most dangerous snakes, the mamba's venom is believed to have potential pain relieving properties for humans.

photos by Mark Laita, for the book 'Serpentine,' a collection of gorgeously lit snakes on a black background.

Vivid Snake Photos Come at a Cost — A Bite From a Black Mamba

photos by Mark Laita, for the book 'Serpentine,' a collection of gorgeously lit snakes on a black background.

Black mamba - It is longest venomous snake in Africa. It is named for the black color of the inside of the mouth.

Black mamba - It is longest venomous snake in Africa. It is named for the black color of the inside of the mouth.

Black Mamba...is the world's second longest venomous snake and the fastest snake on Earth!  It averages 8.2' in length and can move at speeds of 14 mph.  This snake is very deadly and respiratory failure or heart attack typically occur in humans 30 min. to one hr. after bitten.

Black Mamba...is the world's second longest venomous snake and the fastest snake on Earth! It averages 8.2' in length and can move at speeds of 14 mph. This snake is very deadly and respiratory failure or heart attack typically occur in humans 30 min. to one hr. after bitten.

Beautiful snake/black beauty

The Worlds Most Venomous and Deadly Snakes

Beautiful snake/black beauty

Africa | Black Mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis)  Swaziland. | © cowyeow, via flickr

Africa | Black Mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis) Swaziland. | © cowyeow, via flickr

From humble beginnings to becoming one of the most recognized faces in the NBA, here’s our rendition of the Kobe Bryant “look back”. #basketball

From humble beginnings to becoming one of the most recognized faces in the NBA, here’s our rendition of the Kobe Bryant “look back”. #basketball

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