green mamba

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Related to green mamba: black mamba, king cobra
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: mamba - green phase of the black mamba
black mamba, Dendroaspis augusticeps - a highly venomous southern African mamba dreaded because of its quickness and readiness to bite
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Zesco United (Zambie) 1-0 Green Mamba (Eswatini) (2-0)
A highly venomous green mamba snake that escaped from its presumed owner on Tuesday after biting her in the Czech capital, Prague, has been caught.
If that's not enough of a rush, there's also the fully vertical Screeching Serpent; the coiling Green Mamba; and the 135-foot-tall Daredevil's Peak.
Poisonous snakes most commonly found in Zululand Puff adder (Bitis arietans) Night adder (Causinae rhombeatus) Gaboon viper (Bitis gabonica) Mozambique spitting cobra (Naja mossambica) Rinkhals (Hemachatus haemachatus) Zebra, western barred, or black spitting cobra (Naja nigricincta) Forest or white-lipped cobra (Naja melanoleuca) Snouted or banded Egyptian cobra (Naja annulifera) Black mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis) Green mamba (Dendroaspis angusticeps) Vine or twig snake (Thelotornis species) Boomslang (Dispholidus typus) Table 3.
In 1987 Markwalder and Koller [2] described two cases of bites by Dendroaspis viridis (the green mamba).
The green mamba was found on the west African vessel that had docked in the city on Wednesday, and a police escort was needed when animal officers were called to remove it.
A A grey shark B A white Persian cat C A green mamba snake D A black widow spider QUESTION 4 - for 4 points: In which year did Andy Murray win the Wimbledon title?
So, after I got back to work, I showed my colleagues the photo, and one lecturer said, "I think that is a green mamba." A lot of snake identification is from the shape and structure of the head.
In 2006 Merseyside Police's helicopter was used to rush anti-venom serum from the Royal Hospital to Glamorgan after a man was bitten by his own potentially lethal Green Mamba snake.
"You look for a grassy wicket but it won't be a major 'green mamba' out there," he continued.