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Snakes


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Ophiology
   is the study of   
Snakes
Ophidiophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Snakes
Bed
   of   
Snakes
Susanowa
   is the Japanese   
God of the Winds, Storms, Ocean and Snakes
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   has the bingo call   
Snakes Alive
Caduceus
   is the heraldic term for   
A Wand With Two Snakes Entwined Around It
The Black Crowes
   released the album   
Three Snakes And One Charm (1996)
Serpentology
   is the study of   
Snakes
Sea, Krait, Coral
   are all   
Poisonous Snakes
King, Gopher, Moccasin
   are all   
North American Snakes
Brown, Tiger, Taipan
   are all   
Australian Snakes
Boomslang, Mamba, Rinkhal
   are all   
African Snakes
The Black Mamba has been reported to be able to outrun man ...
Emerald Tree, Anaconda, Red-Tailed Boa
   are all   
South American Snakes
Many Snakes Use Their Tongues to Smell
   is   
True
Knot
   of   
Snakes
Amphisbaenae
   was/were   
Snakes With Two Heads
A head at each end of the body
Snakes
   is missing from the title of   
Three ___ and One Charm
The Black Crowes (1996)
Ophidiomancy
   is divination by   
Using Snakes
Ophiomancy
   is divination by   
Watching Snakes
Ophiolatry
   is the worship of   
Snakes
Ophism
   is the worship of   
Snakes
Nest
   of   
Snakes
Above Snakes
   means   
Still Alive
Jim Stafford
   performed   
Spiders and Snakes
1974; peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100
Ophidiophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Snakes
Valentine 'Snakeskin' Xavier
   is played by Marlon Brando in   
The Fugitive Kind (1960)
Hail to the Thief
   features   
Sit Down Stand Up (Snakes and Ladders)
2003
Guppies, Rattlesnakes, Hammerhead Sharks
   are all   
Animals That Give Birth to Live Young
Roughly 70% of snakes lay eggs, but the other 30% (which also happen to be the ones living in colder climates) give live birth (they actually hatch their eggs within their bodies )
Diamondback, Ridge-nosed, Mojave
   are all   
Rattlesnakes
Rhumba
   of   
Rattlesnakes
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1987)
   contains the line   
"Snakes ! Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?"






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