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Thursday - April 23, 2009 01:56:11 PM
Belton Sponsored New Species
December 15, 2008--Gumprecht's green pit viper is among at least 1,068 new species that have been discovered in Southeast Asia's Greater Mekong River region in the last ten years--an average of two a week, the international conservation group WWF announced today.

"We don't know of any other place on the planet that has the same rate of discovery," said Stuart Chapman, director of WWF's Greater Mekong Programme, in a statement. The Greater Mekong includes areas of Myanmar (Burma), Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, and Cambodia.

Discovered in northeastern Thailand in 2002, the newfound snake species grows to about 4 feet (130 centimeters). Like all pit vipers, it hunts prey by sensing heat through small pits in the sides of its face.

Here is another related article;



This Pit Viper is Cliff Green 065


This animal is a crazy rabbit thing!
Deep Black 080 & Middle Orange Brown 182



This Cyanide Millipede is the infamous Telemagenta 164
Able to shoot cyanide, this millipede is tough enough to wear pink.


This Wolf-Snake is Signal White and Signal Black, suggested outer is 069 Cope 2 Calypso


Thanks!
posted by Duke Eellington & Jay
(2) comments
On Thursday - April 23, 2009 04:26:39 PM -- Anonymous wrote:
you guys are weird
On Thursday - April 23, 2009 05:49:55 PM -- Anonymous wrote:
Holy sh*t cyanide millipede.
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