The 100 foot snake is a massive Monitor lizard that can grow to be over 30 feet long. These lizards are found predominately in the central and eastern parts of America, as well as some areas in South America. They are also found in Africa, Asia, and Europe. Not much is known about these snakes for sure, but it is believed that they may play an important role in controlling populations of other creatures because of their size and strength.

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There are numerous coral snakes in Arizona, with each species living in different parts of the state. Generally speaking, coral snakes can be found throughout most of Arizona except for the extreme southern and eastern portions.

One particularly common type of coral snake in Arizona is the Gila monster Coral Snake (Elaphe scutulata). This snake is endemic to the Granite Mountains region of central and southeastern AZ and often encountered near or within areas maintained by the US Bureau of Land Management. In addition to Gila monsters, other commonly found corals snakes in Arizona include: Eastern Milksnake (Lampropeltis getula), Western Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum), Copperhead (Aphonapellus johnsoni), Speckled Kingsnake (Lithobatrachus fasciatus), Mojave Rattlesnake (Crotalus scutulatus mojavensis) and San Pedro Valley Rattler [Crotalus oreganus].

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Within the Commonwealth of Virginia there are many snakes that can cause harm, but unfortunately one of the most deadly is the eastern diamondback rattlesnake. This snake is found throughout much of Virginia, and although it has a few specific zones where it prefers to live, it does not have any major geographic limitations. Eastern Diamondbacks are known for their aggressive behavior and powerful venom which can kill a human within minutes if untreated.

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If you are considering getting a caracal as a pet, the first thing you should ask yourself is whether or not they are common in your area. Caracals are native to Africa and parts of Asia, so they may not be as common in North America or Europe. If you’re lucky enough to live near one, keep in mind that these animals can be very active and curious. Because of their size and strength, caracals can be tamed but will always require close supervision if kept as pets. They make good watchdogs, but should not be mixed with other large animals because they can easily become predators.

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The jungle fowl, Gallus gallus, is the national bird of Sri Lanka. It is a critically endangered bird species with a fragmented range that extends across tropical Asia and parts of Africa. There are several subspecies of the jungle fowl, including the nominate form found in Sri Lanka and other regions of south-east Asia. As with most wild birds, little is known about the flying abilities of jungle fowl. However, it has been estimated that they can fly up to 60 mph (97 km/h).

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