Acanthophis antarcticus

Family : Elapidae



The Death adder (Acanthophis antarcticus) is present in Australia and Papua New Guinea. Though being an elapid, like cobras and mamba, outwardly resembles a viperid. Its strong neurotoxic venom is lethal in 50% of cases © Giuseppe Mazza


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