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Foreign Snakes

African rock pyphon (Tlhoare)

African rock pyphon (Tlhoare) Is a large snake of sub-Sahara Africa. It is one of living species in the genus pyphon. It has two subspecies; one is found in Central and Western Africa, the other in Southern Africa. Pyphon species are not venom, but are considered dangerous because of their strong jar, ribs and can constrict its prey to death . African rock pyphon adult measures 8 to 9M long including its tail.On rare occations rock pyphon can kill people. Christine (2013) National Geographic shows that two boys found strangled to death by an African rock pyphon in new Brunswick, Canada.


Anacondas found in Amazon forests. They are some of the largest snakes in the world and are known for their swimming ability.Anacondas are stocky muscular snake that are thicker than other boas they have thick necks and narrow but large heads, nostrisils and eyes on top of their heads which allows them to see above the water while remaining mostly submerged. They have small, smooth scale that grow larger toward the pasterior of the bodies.

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