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Spider-tailed Horned Viper: Persian Horned Viper - Víbora Iraniana Rabo-de-Aranha

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Published on Sep 27, 2014

It's not a spider! What do you think?
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(Spider-tailed horned viper hunts the birds with its tail's amazing structure!)

"This image was recorded for the first time in the world of natural history. The Iranian Spider-tailed Viper, a unique species endemic to western Iran, which has been discovered recently, due to the limited distribution range and the high demand of the zoos all over the world, needs serious protection and declaration of its preservation by the Iran Department of the Environment.
Otherwise, it will soon face the danger of extinction."

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Alamto, a Reptile Wonderland
Director: Fathollah Amiri
Photography: Mehdi Nourmohammadi-Mahmoud Mansouri
Researcher: Dr. Behzad Fathinia
Editor: Majid Mohammaddoust
Music Composer: Babak Mirzakhani

Produced in Wildlife Pictures Institute
Duration: 60min
Year of Production: 2014

Spider-tailed Horned Viper: Persian Horned Viper - Víbora Iraniana Rabo-de-Aranha

The spider-tailed horned viper (Pseudocerastes urarachnoides) is a species of viper endemic to western Iran first described by Bostanchi et al. in 2006

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