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n. pl. ser·pen·tar·i·ums or ser·pen·tar·i·a (-ē-ə)
A place where snakes and sometimes other reptiles are kept for display or study.
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Venoms from Bothropoides erythromelas, Bothropoides jararaca, Bothropoides neuwiedi, Bothrops atrox, Bothrops jararacussu, Bothrops moojeni and Rhinocerophis alternatus were kindly donated by the Serpentarium of Fundacao Ezequiel Dias, which is a recipient of the authorization no.
asper and Crotalus basiliscus obtained from specimens collected in Mexico and kept at the serpentarium of BIRMEX.
The Venom collection is realized from two species of snake: Cerastes cerastes and Macrovipera lebetina at the Pasteur Institute's serpentarium (Tunis, Tunisia) then stored at -20C.
Jaime Villegas asked the serpentarium in Armero, Tolima (town that years later would disappear under the mudslide caused by the eruption of the Ruiz volcano) to find the polyvalent antio-phidic serum anyway, even though it would be useless according to Gilberto's opinion.
Tenders are invited for Construction Of Serpentarium Building In Rajkot Zoological Park
LOS reyes de los belgas pasaron una divertida jornada con sus cuatro hijos en el parque marino National Sea Life & Serpentarium, en Blankenberge, al oeste del pais, en la costa flamenca y cerca del Mar del Norte.
The nearby Skye Serpentarium offers you the chance to handle exotic reptiles and snakes and it's perhaps no coincidence the local hospital is just a mile down the road.
Specimens were kept in the serpentarium at the Zoology Department, College of Science, King Saud University.
The Japanese released all the snakes from the ASVL serpentarium weeks before Liberation to booby-trap the area against the advancing Americans.
Examples included: ambleshoot / smoothable, clearstone / tolerances, gallinapper / apparelling, presmuterian / serpentarium, and sidegodlin / disloigned.
The Serpentarium has been covered with gunny bags to keep the reptiles warm.