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New Species Of Stiletto Snake Capable Of Sideways Strikes Discovered In West Africa

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    During surveys in the Upper Guinea forest zone of Liberia and Guinea, scientists discovered snakes later identified as a new to science species. It belongs to the stiletto snakes, spectacular for their unusual skulls, allowing them to stab sideways with a fang sticking out of the corner of their mouths. The discovery is further evidence supporting the status of the region as unique in its biodiversity. KudlzeZM_D4.gif

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