Pit Viper Animal Pictures

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Side-striped palm pit viper
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Bothriechis lateralis is a venomous pit viper species found in the mountains of Costa Rica and western Panama

Wagler's palm pit viper
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Wagler's palm pit viper (Tropidolaemus wagleri), close up.

March’s Palm Pit Viper (Bothriechis marchi)
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March’s Palm Pit Viper (Bothriechis marchi)

Mangshan Pit Viper (Protobothrops mangshanensis)
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Mangshan Pit Viper (Protobothrops mangshanensis)

Bamboo Pit Viper
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Western Diamondback rattlesnake closeup on a white background

Western Diamondback rattlesnake closeup
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Western diamondback rattlesnakes are large pitvipers.

Hump nosed pit viper scientific name hypnale hypnale. Clearly visible heat seeking pit behind nostrils.

Deadliest Animals - Hump Nosed Viper
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pit viper on mossy rock
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Biologists divide the snake body into four quadrants that coincide with the placement of their internal organs.

Himalayan Pit Viper Gloydius himalayanus JUVENILE, Uttaranchal, India.

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A juvenile Himalayan Pit Viper, Gloydius himalayanus in Uttaranchal, India. These snakes are commonly found in India, Nepal and Pakistan.

Sunda island pit viper ( Trimeresurus insularis ) in Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia

blue snake on a branch
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Yellow Animal – Eyelash Viper
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This pit viper is small and beautiful but venemous.

Rattlesnake
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Crotalus molossus is a venomous pit viper species found in the southwestern United States and Mexico. Common names: black-tailed rattlesnake, green rattler, Northern black-tailed rattlesnake.

Crotalus tigris coiled with rattle showing
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Rattlesnakes are pitvipers that have heat-sensing organs between their nostrils and eyes.