101 Snakes Photo Credits

Photo Credits

Photo Credits

Photo 1

Fossil of the extinct snake Eupodophis descouensi.

Author: Ghedoghedo CC3.0

Photo 2

Fossil of the extinct snake Boavus idelmani.

Author: Ghedoghedo CC3.0

Photo 3

Titanoboa illustration.

Author Nobu Tamura CC3.0

www.palaeocritti.com/

Photo 4

milk snake

Author Sheila in Moonducks CC2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/aspis7/5679064281

Photo5

British adder sunning itself in Surrey, England.

Peter Trimming CC2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/peter-trimming/5166032223/

Photo6

Anatomy of a snake. 1 – esophagus, 2 – trachea, 3 – tracheal lungs, 4 – rudimentary left lung, 5 – right lung, 6 – heart, 7 – liver, 8 – stomach, 9 – air sac, 10 – gallbladder, 11 – pancreas, 12 – spleen, 13 – intestine, 14 – testicles, 15 – kidneys.

Uwe Gille CC3.0

Photo7

Sharp-tailed Snake.

Steve Ryan CC2.0

flickr.com/photos/[email protected]

Photo8

King cobra (Ophiophagus hannah).

Author TimVickers

Photo9

Clouded brille of a keelback close to molting.

AshLin CC2.5

Photo10

Centralian Carpet Python shedding skin.

Jaymis Loveday CC2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/jaymis/260375813/

Photo11

Rod of asclepius.

CatherineMunro CC3.0

Photo12

A banded sea krait off the shoreline of Wakatobi, Indonesia.

Craig D CC2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/craigd/3903394880/

Photo13

World distribution of snakes.

Eightofnine

Photo14

Baby king Cobras.

Bhupesh7773 cc3.0

Photo14b

Baby South American Boa Constrictor.

DestructiveEyes cc3.0

Photo15

Juvenile Western Cottonmouth Water Moccasin.

Patrick Feller CC2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/nakrnsm/7049135609/

Photo15b

Female Northern African Rock Python brooding eggs.

Author: Tigerpython cc3.0

www.tropicario.com

Photo16

Black rat snake nearly finished swallowing a bird.

carolynconner CC2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/carolynconner/8649191224/

Photo17

Burmese python skull showing gripping teeth and joints.

Mokele cc3.0

Photo17b

Burmese python with a huge open mouth.

Mannes Fotos CC1.2

Photo18

One of the largest snakes in Europe, the Caspian whipsnake, suns itself after eating.

Kiril Kapustin cc2.5

Photo19

Floral snake.

Yasunori Koide cc3.0

Photo20

Red-tailed bamboo pit viper fangs.

steve kharmawphlang CC2.0

Photo21

Map showing the number of global snake envenomings.

Eightofnine

Photo22

Adult Angolan Dwarf Python.

Markus Borer cc3.0

www.BoaPython.ch

Photo23

The Mystical King Cobra and Coffee Forests

Dr. Anand Titus and Geeta N Pereira CC2.0

Photo24

Southern African Python.

Graham J. Alexander, University of the Witwatersrand

Photo25

The Barbados threadsnake found, along with two other individuals, in the backyard of St-Nicholas Abbey, in Barbados.

Nicolas Perrault III Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication

Photo26

Black mamba.

TimVickers

Photo27

Close-up of a boomslang snake Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania.

William Warby cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/wwarby/2404711901/

Photo28

Boomslang Raiding a Masked Weaver Nest.

Wilferd Duckitt cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/8384843398/

Photo29

Burmese Python, named Milkshake.

Matt Cunnelly cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/mattpandor4/8397545860/

Photo30

Eastern Coral Snake, Jacksonville, Florida, USA.

Norman.benton cc3.0

Photo31

Motley yellow corn snake “Gigi”.

Fullmerdvm cc3.0

Photo32

Eastern Brown Snake in South-west Melbourne, Australia.

Matt Clancy Wildlife Photography CC2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/8257634810/

Photo33

Chrysopelea ornata or golden tree snake. Taken in Bangtao Beach, Laguna Phuket.

Conrad Baetsle CC0 1.0

Photo34

Gaboon viper fangs. Photo taken at Chester Zoo, England.

Brimac The 2nd cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/2966080537/

Photo35

Coast Garter Snake.

Steve Jurvetson cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/825514494/

Photo36

Green anaconda at Caracas, Venezuela.

Cristóbal Alvarado Minic cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/ctam/2659904418/

Photo37

Green vine snake aka Greeno.

Rakesh Rocky cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4125105566/

Photo38

Eastern hognose snake playing dead.

vastateparksstaff cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/vastateparksstaff/5853888690/

Photo 39

Indian cobra alert and defensive.

Renaud d’Avout d’Auerstaedt cc2.0

renaud.davout.org/

Photo 40

King Cobra at Audubon Nature Institute.

stacieharmon1 cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/stacieharmon1/5471903309/

Photo 41

Many-banded Krait found inside a water catchment on Lantau,Hong Kong.

Thomas Brown cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/6747994471

Photo 42

Pit Viper with pits clearly visible slightly below and forwards of the eyes.

Mark Mannetti cc3.0

Photo42b

Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake Central Florida

Bladerunner8u cc3.0

Photo 43

Western diamondback rattlesnake.

Gary M. Stolz, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Photo 44

Russel’s Viper.

Abhinav Chawla cc3.0

Photo 45

Saw-scaled viper Bannerghatta, India.

Saleem Hameed cc2.5

Photo 46

Yellow-lipped sea krait.

Elias Levy cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/elevy/6997579645/

Photo 47

Yellowbelly Sea Snake.

Carpenter0

Photo 48

Crotalus cerastes also known as the sidewinder or horned rattlesnake.

Tigerhawkvok cc3.0

Photo 49

Javan spitting cobra.

Department of Sustainability & Environment cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/dsevictoria/4765755557/

Photo 50

Atheris hispida.

Bree Mc, soulsurvivor08 cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/3434870112/in/photolist-6ewBdu

Photo 51

Coastal Taipan.

pbkwee cc2.0

www.flickr.com/photos/rimuhosting/7580898980/

Photo 52

Inland taipan at the Universeum Science Park in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Bjoertvedt cc3.0

Photo 53

Inland taipan at Australia Zoo.

XLerate cc3.0

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:XLerate

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