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A puff adder digs in. This ambush predator swiftly injects its prey with up to 350 milligrams of... Photo of the day -  9 December 2019

9 DECEMBER 2019

A puff adder digs in. This ambush predator swiftly injects its prey with up to 350 milligrams of...

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