a highly venomous viper, Cerastes cerastes, of northern Africa and extreme southwestern Asia, having a process resembling a horn just above each eye.
Horned viper may refer to: Cerastes (genus), North African desert vipers, a group
of small, venomous species found in the deserts and semi-deserts of northern ...
The Arabian horned viper is one of three currently recognised species of horned
viper, a group which is recognisable for the distinctive horn-like scales that ...
The Desert Horned Viper – with its anvil-shaped head, satanic horns and cat-like
eyes – has struck a chord in the imagination of those who have lived within its ...
The Desert Horned Viper is 4-5ft. long. Its head is broad and triangular with two
horns that stick out above each eye. Its pupils are vertical. Scales are keeled.
Jan 12, 2012 ... Matilda's Horned Viper was discovered in a small patch of southwest Tanzania
and was introduced last month as the world's newest known ...
Horned viper is a type of venomous, terrestrial snake that is native to North Africa
and Middle East. This snake inhabits stony deserts and semi-arid habitats on ...
Dec 30, 2011 ... A big, "beautiful" snake with olive-green eyes has been discovered in a remote
forest in Tanzania, scientists say.
a highly venomous viper, Cerastes cerastes, of northern Africa and extreme
southwestern Asia, having a process resembling a horn just above each eye.
Interestingly, C. cerastes is also known to inhabit the deserts of the eastern Sinai,
coexisting with the Arabian horned viper, Cerastes gasperettii. (Branch and ...