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Russell's Viper (Daboia russelii) being milked for venom, Madras India  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00510629 Russell's Viper (Daboia russelii) being milked for venom, Madras India© Michael & Patricia Fogden
Red Rattlesnake (Crotalus ruber) coiled on ground, Baja California, Mexico  -  Larry Minden
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00105463 Red Rattlesnake (Crotalus ruber) coiled on ground, Baja California, Mexico© Larry Minden
Blue-ringed Octopus (Hapalochlaena sp) deadly venom can paralyze a human's respiratory system in eight minutes, pulses blue rings when angry, Australia  -  Norbert Wu
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00977091 Blue-ringed Octopus (Hapalochlaena sp) deadly venom can paralyze a human's respiratory system in eight minutes, pulses blue rings when angry, Australia© Norbert Wu
Greater Blue-ringed Octopus (Hapalochlaena lunulata) a small but extremely poisonous animal, one animal contains enough venom to kill twenty adults, 70 feet deep, Solomon Islands  -  Birgitte Wilms
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00971536 Greater Blue-ringed Octopus (Hapalochlaena lunulata) a small but extremely poisonous animal, one animal contains enough venom to kill twenty adults, 70 feet deep, Solomon Islands© Birgitte Wilms
Harlequin Shrimp (Hymenocera picta) paralyzing a Sea Star by injecting venom with its specialized stinging arms, 30 feet deep, Papua New Guinea  -  Chris Newbert
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00971185 Harlequin Shrimp (Hymenocera picta) paralyzing a Sea Star by injecting venom with its specialized stinging arms, 30 feet deep, Papua New Guinea© Chris Newbert
Moth (Automeris sp) caterpillar, with spines that can eject potent venom, Manu National Park, Peru  -  Thomas Marent
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00785491 Moth (Automeris sp) caterpillar, with spines that can eject potent venom, Manu National Park, Peru© Thomas Marent
Moth (Automeris sp) caterpillar, with spines that can eject potent venom, Leticia, Colombia  -  Thomas Marent
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00785489 Moth (Automeris sp) caterpillar, with spines that can eject potent venom, Leticia, Colombia© Thomas Marent
Western Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox) striking  -  Stephen Dalton
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00770076 Western Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox) striking© Stephen Dalton
Western Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox) striking  -  Stephen Dalton
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00770075 Western Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox) striking© Stephen Dalton
Spectacled Cobra (Naja naja) venomous snake being milked for venom, India  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00511505 Spectacled Cobra (Naja naja) venomous snake being milked for venom, India© Michael & Patricia Fogden
Spectacled Cobra (Naja naja) venomous snake being milked for venom, India  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00511504 Spectacled Cobra (Naja naja) venomous snake being milked for venom, India© Michael & Patricia Fogden
Fire Coral (Millepora alcicornis) growing directly beneath Red Mangroves (Rhizophora mangle), Bastimentos Marine National Park, Bocas del Toro, Panama  -  Christian Ziegler
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00463223 Fire Coral (Millepora alcicornis) growing directly beneath Red Mangroves (Rhizophora mangle), Bastimentos Marine National Park, Bocas del Toro, Panama© Christian Ziegler
Fire Coral (Millepora alcicornis) growing directly beneath Red Mangroves (Rhizophora mangle), Bastimentos Marine National Park, Bocas del Toro, Panama  -  Christian Ziegler
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00463219 Fire Coral (Millepora alcicornis) growing directly beneath Red Mangroves (Rhizophora mangle), Bastimentos Marine National Park, Bocas del Toro, Panama© Christian Ziegler
Argentine Ant (Linepithema humile) grabbing the leg of a fire ant in a fight to control the dead grasshopper they are standing on, the fire ant is exuding venom from her stinger used to slash her atta...  -  Mark Moffett
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00439796 Argentine Ant (Linepithema humile) grabbing the leg of a fire ant in a fight to control the dead grasshopper they are standing on, the fire ant is exuding venom from her stinger used to slash her atta...© Mark Moffett
Venom dripping from snake tooth, Brazil  -  Claus Meyer
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00300234 Venom dripping from snake tooth, Brazil© Claus Meyer
Sun Spider (Solifuga) does not have venom glands, their large chelicerae are strong enough to kill prey at least as big as themselves, South Africa  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00298605 Sun Spider (Solifuga) does not have venom glands, their large chelicerae are strong enough to kill prey at least as big as themselves, South Africa© Piotr Naskrecki
Sun Spider (Solifuga) does not have venom glands, their large chelicerae are strong enough to kill prey at least as big as themselves, South Africa  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00298604 Sun Spider (Solifuga) does not have venom glands, their large chelicerae are strong enough to kill prey at least as big as themselves, South Africa© Piotr Naskrecki
Sun Spider (Solifuga) does not have venom glands, their large chelicerae are strong enough to kill prey at least as big as themselves, South Africa  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00298603 Sun Spider (Solifuga) does not have venom glands, their large chelicerae are strong enough to kill prey at least as big as themselves, South Africa© Piotr Naskrecki
Sun Spider (Solifuga) does not have venom glands, their large mouthparts, or chelicerae, are strong enough to kill prey at least as big as themselves, diurnal, Botswana  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00298447 Sun Spider (Solifuga) does not have venom glands, their large mouthparts, or chelicerae, are strong enough to kill prey at least as big as themselves, diurnal, Botswana© Piotr Naskrecki
Sun Spider (Solifuga) does not have venom glands, their large mouthparts, or chelicerae, are strong enough to kill prey at least as big as themselves, diurnal, Botswana  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00298446 Sun Spider (Solifuga) does not have venom glands, their large mouthparts, or chelicerae, are strong enough to kill prey at least as big as themselves, diurnal, Botswana© Piotr Naskrecki
Social False Scorpion (Atemnidae) group hold their prey, while injecting it with venom in order to give the slow-action venom time to work, Costa Rica  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00298180 Social False Scorpion (Atemnidae) group hold their prey, while injecting it with venom in order to give the slow-action venom time to work, Costa Rica© Piotr Naskrecki
False Scorpion with ant prey, must hold their prey while injecting venom into its body to give the slow-acting venom a chance to work, Costa Rica  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00298179 False Scorpion with ant prey, must hold their prey while injecting venom into its body to give the slow-acting venom a chance to work, Costa Rica© Piotr Naskrecki
Brazilian Lancehead (Bothrops moojeni) venomous pit viper, coiled on the ground, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216894 Brazilian Lancehead (Bothrops moojeni) venomous pit viper, coiled on the ground, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Fire Coral (Millepora alcicornis) stings fiercely, takes many shapes- note stinging bristles, Caribbean  -  Norbert Wu
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00135206 Fire Coral (Millepora alcicornis) stings fiercely, takes many shapes- note stinging bristles, Caribbean© Norbert Wu
Fire Coral (Millepora alcicornis) stings fiercely, takes many shapes- note stinging bristles, Caribbean  -  Norbert Wu
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00135205 Fire Coral (Millepora alcicornis) stings fiercely, takes many shapes- note stinging bristles, Caribbean© Norbert Wu
Chinese Habu (Trimeresurus mucrosquamatus) being milked for venom, Tam Dao National Park, Vietnam  -  Mark Moffett
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00116114 Chinese Habu (Trimeresurus mucrosquamatus) being milked for venom, Tam Dao National Park, Vietnam© Mark Moffett
Scientist Tom Prentice milks venom from desert Tarantula for study, University of California at Riverside, California  -  Mark Moffett
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00115837 Scientist Tom Prentice milks venom from desert Tarantula for study, University of California at Riverside, California© Mark Moffett
Trap-jaw Ant (Acanthognathus teledectus) worker defends herself and the larva she defends against an Army Ant by shooting venom at the intruder, Costa Rica  -  Mark Moffett
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00093889 Trap-jaw Ant (Acanthognathus teledectus) worker defends herself and the larva she defends against an Army Ant by shooting venom at the intruder, Costa Rica© Mark Moffett
Trap-jaw Ant (Acanthognathus teledectus) carries prey, a springtail she has stunned by injecting venom, back to nest, Costa Rica  -  Mark Moffett
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00093887 Trap-jaw Ant (Acanthognathus teledectus) carries prey, a springtail she has stunned by injecting venom, back to nest, Costa Rica© Mark Moffett
Trap-jaw Ant (Acanthognathus teledectus) grasps springtail in jaws and thrusts her abdomen forward and injects victim with stinger, Costa Rica  -  Mark Moffett
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00093886 Trap-jaw Ant (Acanthognathus teledectus) grasps springtail in jaws and thrusts her abdomen forward and injects victim with stinger, Costa Rica© Mark Moffett
Greater Weever (Trachinus draco) resting half-buried in sand on ocean floor, spines in dorsal fin deliver painful venom, Europe  -  Hans Leijnse/ NiS
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00283215 Greater Weever (Trachinus draco) resting half-buried in sand on ocean floor, spines in dorsal fin deliver painful venom, Europe© Hans Leijnse/ NiS
Mozambique Spitting Cobra (Naja mossambica) highly poisonous, Kruger National Park, South Africa  -  Jelger Herder/ Buiten-beeld
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00523821 Mozambique Spitting Cobra (Naja mossambica) highly poisonous, Kruger National Park, South Africa© Jelger Herder/ Buiten-beeld
Mozambique Spitting Cobra (Naja mossambica) highly poisonous, Kruger National Park, South Africa  -  Jelger Herder/ Buiten-beeld
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00523817 Mozambique Spitting Cobra (Naja mossambica) highly poisonous, Kruger National Park, South Africa© Jelger Herder/ Buiten-beeld
Mozambique Spitting Cobra (Naja mossambica) highly poisonous, Kruger National Park, South Africa  -  Jelger Herder/ Buiten-beeld
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00523815 Mozambique Spitting Cobra (Naja mossambica) highly poisonous, Kruger National Park, South Africa© Jelger Herder/ Buiten-beeld
Textile cone shell (Conus textile) shell, highly venomous species  -  Chris Mattison/ npl
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90674323 Textile cone shell (Conus textile) shell, highly venomous species© Chris Mattison / NPL
Reef stonefish (Synanceia verrucosa) highly venomous species, Maldives Indian Ocean  -  Pascal Kobeh/ npl
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90673106 Reef stonefish (Synanceia verrucosa) highly venomous species, Maldives Indian Ocean© Pascal Kobeh / NPL
Stone, Pacific spotted scorpionfish (Scorpaena mystes), Revillagigedo islands, Mexico Pacific Ocean  -  Pascal Kobeh/ npl
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90673055 Stone, Pacific spotted scorpionfish (Scorpaena mystes), Revillagigedo islands, Mexico Pacific Ocean© Pascal Kobeh / NPL
Small red scorpionfish, small rockfish (Scorpaena notata), Gozo Island, Malta Mediterranean Sea  -  Pascal Kobeh/ npl
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90673001 Small red scorpionfish, small rockfish (Scorpaena notata), Gozo Island, Malta Mediterranean Sea© Pascal Kobeh / NPL
Smallscale scorpionfish (Scorpaenopsis oxycephalus) Sudan Red Sea  -  Pascal Kobeh/ npl
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90672905 Smallscale scorpionfish (Scorpaenopsis oxycephalus) Sudan Red Sea© Pascal Kobeh / NPL
Bearded scorpionfish (Scorpaenopsis barbatus), coast of Dhofar and Hallaniyat islands, Oman Arabian Sea  -  Pascal Kobeh/ npl
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90672821 Bearded scorpionfish (Scorpaenopsis barbatus), coast of Dhofar and Hallaniyat islands, Oman Arabian Sea© Pascal Kobeh / NPL
Puff Adder (Bitis arietans) captive native to Tanzania  -  Michael D. Kern/ npl
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90401590 Puff Adder (Bitis arietans) captive native to Tanzania© Michael D. Kern / NPL
Puff Adder (Bitis arietans) captive native to Tanzania  -  Michael D. Kern/ npl
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90401589 Puff Adder (Bitis arietans) captive native to Tanzania© Michael D. Kern / NPL
Puff Adder (Bitis arietans) captive, native to Africa and west Arabia  -  Michael D. Kern/ npl
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90401587 Puff Adder (Bitis arietans) captive, native to Africa and west Arabia© Michael D. Kern / NPL
Gabon Viper (Bitis gabonica) Captive  -  Michael D. Kern/ npl
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90401586 Gabon Viper (Bitis gabonica) Captive© Michael D. Kern / NPL
Speckled Rattlesnake (Crotalus mitchellii pyrrhus) San Diego County, captive  -  Michael D. Kern/ npl
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90401585 Speckled Rattlesnake (Crotalus mitchellii pyrrhus) San Diego County, captive© Michael D. Kern / NPL
Speckled Rattlesnake (Crotalus mitchellii pyrrhus) San Diego County, captive  -  Michael D. Kern/ npl
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90401584 Speckled Rattlesnake (Crotalus mitchellii pyrrhus) San Diego County, captive© Michael D. Kern / NPL
Gooty sapphire ornamenta tarantula (Poecilotheria metallica) captive, native to India Critically endangered species  -  Michael D. Kern/ npl
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90401454 Gooty sapphire ornamenta tarantula (Poecilotheria metallica) captive, native to India Critically endangered species© Michael D. Kern / NPL
Gooty sapphire ornamenta tarantula (Poecilotheria metallica) captive, native to India Critically endangered species  -  Michael D. Kern/ npl
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90401453 Gooty sapphire ornamenta tarantula (Poecilotheria metallica) captive, native to India Critically endangered species© Michael D. Kern / NPL
Gooty sapphire ornamenta tarantula (Poecilotheria metallica) captive, native to India Critically endangered species  -  Michael D. Kern/ npl
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90401452 Gooty sapphire ornamenta tarantula (Poecilotheria metallica) captive, native to India Critically endangered species© Michael D. Kern / NPL
Ivory Ornamental Tarantula (Poecilotheria subfusca) captive  -  Michael D. Kern/ npl
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90401451 Ivory Ornamental Tarantula (Poecilotheria subfusca) captive© Michael D. Kern / NPL
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