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 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 ...
Nov 26, 2010 ... The Arabian Horned Viper is one of three species of snake that have horn-like
scales that protrude from the top of their heads. They are a sandy ...
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 ...
Descriptions and articles about the Horned Viper, scientifically known as
Cerastes cerastes in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview;
Interestingly, C. cerastes is also known to inhabit the deserts of the eastern Sinai,
coexisting with the Arabian horned viper, Cerastes gasperettii. (Branch and ...
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 ...
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.
The horned viper (Cerastes cerastes) is a species of venomous snake native to
North Africa and Middle East, inhabiting semi-arid environments and stony ...
Oct 20, 2004 ... The genus Cerastes (Viperinae) comprises three species of desert vipers: C.
cerastes (Saharan horned viper) (Figure 1) distributed across ...