Acanthophis

[n] - Australian elapid snakes
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Acanthophis

genus Acanthophis noun Australian elapid snakes
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Acanthophis

(ә-kan´tho-fis) a genus of snakes of the family Elapidae. A. antarc´ticus is the death adder of Australia and New Guinea.
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Acanthophis

Acanthophis is a genus of elapid snakes. Commonly called death adders, they are native to Australia, New Guinea and nearby islands, and are among the most venomous snakes in the world. The name of the genus derives from the Ancient Greek acanthos/ἄκανθος `spine` and ophis/ὄφις `snake`, referring to the spine on the death adder`s ...
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