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March 12, 2008

Black Mamba Snakes

Balck Mamba Snakes are highly poisonous: as shown by the fact that a British student has just been killed by one.

Black mamba bite kills Briton who dreamt of
Times Online - UK
“He died as a result of a lethal bite, given to him by a juvenile black mamba snake.” Johan Fourie, who runs a similar school in Ladysmith in the southern ...
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Deadly snake kills British student
Metro - London,UK
A student who dreamed of being a vet in Africa died minutes after being bitten by a black mamba snake. Nathan Layton, 27, from Berkshire, was bitten by the ...
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Black mamba bite kills Briton who dreamt of becoming a game ranger
 By beautyfan
The body of a young British wildlife enthusiast, who would have celebrated his 29th birthday today, was flown back to London last night after he was bitten by a deadly black mamba snake in South Africa. Nathan Layton was taking part in ...
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Black mamba snake
 By admin
The black mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis) is a highly aggressive and venomous elapid snake. It is the largest venomous snake in Africa and the second largest venomous snake in the world. Only the King Cobra is larger. ...
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British Student Killed by Black Mamba Snake in South Africa
A British wildlife student has died after being bitten by a deadly black mamba. Nathan Layton, 27, of Wing, Buckinghamshire, England, was attacked by the snake as he walked in long grass with a group of teachers and fellow students ...
Breaking World News! - http://www.news.koozi.net/

British wildlife student dies in front of girlfriend minutes after ...
 By the Mail online | News
A British wildlife student has died after being bitten by a black mamba snake in South Africa. Nathan Layton, 27, was walking in long grass with a group of fellow students and teachers when the deadly reptile struck. ...
World news - http://www.world-news.az.pl/

What I have in Common With George Plimpton
 By georgiabookman(georgiabookman)
8. Africa and Snakes. George Plimpton has some terrific stories about his travels in Africa (birding) and snakes (India). I once stepped on a black mamba in Africa. I love saying that. I once stepped on a black mamba. ...
- http://georgiabooksandwater.blogspot.com/

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