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Carib coral snake (Micrurus psyches) on leaf litter. The coral snakes are a large group of elapid snakes. They use their fangs to bite their prey and inject a deadly venom. Typical prey includes lizards, frogs, young birds and rodents. Photographed in French Guyana.
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