surucucu

surucucu

(ˌsuːrʊkʊˈkuː)
n
(Animals) the venomous bushmaster snake, Lachesis muta, native to South America
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Word Length Dictionary COUSCOUSSOUS 12 OED COOSCOOSOOS 11 OED COUSCOOSOOS 11 OED COUSCOUSOUS 11 OED COUSCOUSSOU 11 OED COUSCOOSOO 10 OED COUSCOUSOU 10 OED CUSCOUSOUS 10 UWD COROCOROS 9 OED CURUCUCUS 9 UWD CUSCOUSOU 9 UWD OOSPOROUS 9 UWD OUROBOROS 9 OED SUBGROUPS 9 UWD SUCCUBOUS 9 UWD SURUCUCUS 9 UWD UROPODOUS 9 UWD CROUPOUS 8 UWD CURUCUCU 8 UWD ORDUROUS 8 OED PRODRUGS 8 UWD PROSODUS 8 UWD PROSORUS 8 UWD SOURPUSS 8 UWD SUBGROUP 8 UWD SUCCOURS 8 UWD SUCCUBUS 8 UWD SUDOROUS 8 OED SURUCUCU 8 UWD SUSURRUS 8 UWD Can readers improve on any of the selections here?
Eu vi um passaro preto araruna que veio de cameta Xo, Xo, Xo araruna Xo, Xo, Xo Araruna Nao deixa ninguem te pegar o que preta e aquela que vem acola, e pretinha de angola e do umariza E do umariza, e do umariza, e pretinha de angola e do umariza o subi pelo tronco, desci pelo galho, ai morena me apara se nao eu caio Se nao eu caio, eu caio, eu caio, ai morena me apara se nao eu caio Eu vi andorinha eu vi a voa, eu vi borboleta nas ondas do mar Eu vi, eu vi, eu vi, eu vi eu vi borboleta nas ondas do mar Olha surucucu que quer te picar, no tronco da cana do canaviar.
Based on these cultural characteristics, the population is geographically distributed in seven regions: Auaris; Parima; Surucucu; Uraricoera; Mucajai and Paapiu, located in the state of Roraima; Upper Amazonas and Lower Amazonas, located in the state of Amazonas.
Granite Surucucu. 10th InterGuayana Geological Conference, Belem.
Biochemical and enzymatic characterization of two basic Asp 49 phsopholipase A2 isoforms from Lachesis muta muta (Surucucu) venom.
The snake was one that the Indians called surucucu, the name by which the bushmaster, the largest venomous snake in tropical America, is still known in Brazil.
Much of this devastation was caused by the Brazilian military that, before his first visit, had built a small landing strip to accommodate small planes near the Yanomami village of Surucucu. He writes, "Today, there's a massive military airport staffed by perhaps thousands of soldiers who are patrolling the border with Venezuela." He describes how a Yanomami chief greeted him wearing camouflage and a vest, whereas thirteen years before he would have been naked.
In your March 1999 issue it is stated in 'Biting back' that the largest snake in South America is the surucucu or bushmaster.
Reaching lengths of up to 4.5 metres, the bush-master or surucucu, is South America's largest snake and also its most feared.