Anacondas or water boas are a group of large snakes of the genus Eunectes. They are found in tropical South America. Four species are currently recognized.
Hypnale is a genus of venomous pit vipers endemic to Sri Lanka and southwestern India. Three monotypic species are currently recognized. All members have more or less upturned snouts that produce a hump-nosed effect
Sri Lanka scimitar babbler
The Sri Lanka scimitar babbler or Ceylon scimitar babbler is an Old World babbler. It is endemic to the island of Sri Lanka, and was formerly treated as a subspecies of Indian scimitar babbler. The nominate form is found in the western part of wet hill
Ophryacus is a genus of venomous pit vipers endemic to Mexico. The name is derived from the Greek word ophrys, which means "brow", and the Latin word acus, which means "needle", an allusion to the characteristic horn-like scales over the eyes. Currently
Crotalus viridis nuntius
Crotalus viridis nuntius is a venomous pit viper subspecies native primarily to the desert plateau of the northeastern portion of the American state of Arizona, but also ranges into northwestern New Mexico. Named for the Native American Hopi tribe, which
Charina is a genus of nonvenomous boas found in North America. Three species are currently recognized.Common names: rosy boas, rubber boas
Indotyphlops pammeces
Indotyphlops pammeces, the South India worm snake, is a harmless blind snake species found in southern India. No subspecies are currently recognized
Sistrurus catenatus tergeminus
Sistrurus catenatus tergeminus is a venomous pit viper subspecies found in the southwestern plains of the United States. In some areas its range overlaps that of another subspecies, S. c. edwardsii, and intergrading of the two is not unknown
Corallus annulatus blombergi
Corallus annulatus blombergi, the Ecuadorian annulated tree boa, is a boa subspecies found in Pacific Ecuador
Crotalus lepidus
Crotalus lepidus is a venomous pit viper species found in the southwestern United States and northern central Mexico. Four subspecies are currently recognized, including the nominate subspecies described here
Kostadinka Momirovic
Kostadinka "Kosa" Momirovic [Serbian: Костадинка Момировић] was a Serbian centenarian who was the oldest known living person in Serbia at the time of her death