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From what scientists can tell, only about 16% of all snake species are considered venomous, but only around 5% are medically harmful to humans.
A rattling in the brush. A flash of brown and black in your backyard. A hiss that makes your stomach tangle up in knots.
The marine iguana is found only in the Galapagos Islands.
Besides being the fastest land snake, the black mamba also has one of the fastest-acting snake vemons of any land snake.
Scientists are trying to develop new pain-relieving medicines using the venom from the black mamba.
How did crocodiles get so big? How old can they get?
In a special village in Africa the people have an unusual relationship with crocodiles.
One of God’s most amazing creatures is the little gecko, a lizard that is widely seen in insurance commercials.
The chameleon is distinctly different from other lizards.