Venomous Snake Crossword Clue 5 Letters
Venomous Snake Crossword Clue 5 Letters – South American Bushmaster, Lachesis muta Bushmaster is the common name for a member of the genus Lachesis – a genus of venomous pit vipers found in remote forest areas of Central and South America. While a number of other communities – ranging from Australia to the United States – also bear this name, I am most familiar with Amherst, Nova Scotia, which is the shire town and largest population center in Cumberland County. 6a LOAF – double definition; “don’t work” and “bread”
The northern copperhead, Agkistrodon contortrix mokasen Adder may refer to (1) any of several groups of venomous snakes in the family Viperidae, including Vipera berus, the common European adder, found in Europe and northern Asia; (2) members of the death adder genus Acanthophis, a genus of elapid snakes found in Southeast Asia and Australia; (3) members of the genus Heterodon, pig-nosed snakes, a genus of harmless colubrid snakes found in North America; or (4) Agkistrodon contortrix moccasen, the northern copperhead, a venomous viper found in the eastern United States. Bull snake, Pituophis catenifer sayi The bull snake (Pituophis catenifer sayi) is a large nonvenomous colubrid snake endemic to the central United States, northern Mexico, and southwestern Canada. 11a S|MITTEN — S (small) + MITTEN (hand warmer)
Venomous Snake Crossword Clue 5 Letters
A fairly rigorous search failed to turn up any source that I listed as an abbreviation for indigo. 13a BOOM|Slang – BOOM (pole on a boat) + (with) SLANG (colorful language)
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Boomslang, Dispholidus typus Boomslang (Dispholidus typus) is a large, venomous snake in the Colubridae family, which is native and restricted to sub-Saharan Africa. 14a BOA|THIMBJEN – BOA (snake) + TING (bite)
Boa constrictor, Boa constrictor Boa constrictor (Boa constrictor) is a species of large, heavy-bodied snake found in North, Central and South America, as well as on some islands in the Caribbean. The Boa constrictor is a rare example of an animal having the same common and scientific binomial name. A non-venomous snake, the boa constrictor will first strike its prey, gripping it with its teeth, then proceed to squeeze the prey to death before consuming it whole. 16a MUESLI* — anagram (developed) of MULE IS
The Egyptian cobra, Naja haje Asp may refer to (1) Vipera aspis, a venomous viper found in Europe; (2) Cerastes cerastes, a poisonous viper found in the Sahara desert; (3) Cerastes vipera, a poisonous viper found in the Sahara desert; or (4) the Egyptian cobra, Naja haje, a venomous snake found in North Africa and parts of the Middle East. It is the latter that is supposed to have been responsible for Cleopatra’s death. 22a CAN|E(BRA)KE — CAN (†) + EKE (squeeze) containing (about) BRA (bikini top)
Reed Rattlesnake, Crotalus horridus The Reed Rattlesnake (also known as timber rattlesnake or banded rattlesnake), Crotalus horridus, is a species of venomous pit viper found in the eastern United States. 24a C|LEFT — C (Conservative) + LEFT (Left)
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The black mamba, Dendroaspis polylepis Dendroaspis (literally “tree asp”), commonly referred to as the mamba, is a genus of the family Elapidae which includes four species, all of which are highly venomous, moving snakes soon on the soil of Africa. . They are feared throughout their range, especially the black mamba, Dendroaspis polylepis. 28a SNIT< – return (from the East; i.e., written right to left) of TINS (can)
The common lance, Bothrops atrox Fer-de-Lance may refer to a number of species of venomous pit vipers, namely (1) Bothrops lanceolatus, the Martinique lancehead; (2) Bothrops caribbaeus, St. Lucia’s spearhead; (3) Bothrops atrox, the common coca, native to tropical South America east of the Andes and to Trinidad; or (4) Bothrops asper, terciopelo, or Central American lancehead, native to Central and northwestern South America.
In the Bible, the Tower of Babel is a tower built in an attempt to reach heaven, which God frustrated by making its builders speak different languages so that they could not understand each other (Genesis 11: 1-9). 2d S(MALL) TALK — SALK (hunting) containing (about) MALL (mall)
Médoc is a red wine produced in Médoc, the area along the left bank of the Gironde estuary in Southwestern France. 4d S(ARAB) AND – ARAB (of Middle Eastern origin) contained in
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One can analyze the data simply as: ARAB (originating from the Middle East) contained in (in) SAND (desert environments) or ARAB (originating from the Middle East) contained in (in … environments) SAND (desert) However, none of these options work to my satisfaction. The most elegant interpretation is to accept that the phrase “in the environs of the desert” is equivalent to the statement “surrounded by sand” and make that substitution; after which the clue would read: Middle Eastern dance surrounded by sand (8) By the way, the dance seems to have been tamed over the centuries. A saraband is (1) a fast, erotic dance of 16th century Mexico and Spain; (2) a grand court dance of the 17th and 18th centuries, in slow triple time; or (3) music for each of these dances. 5d E(AS)TON – AS (while) found at (while at) ETON (school in England)
Sheena Easton (born Sheena Shirley Orr) is a two-time Grammy Award-winning Scottish recording artist. Eton College, often referred to simply as Eton, is a British independent [private] school for boys aged 13 to 18. It was founded in 1440 by King Henry VI as “The King’s College of Our Lady of Eton besides Wyndsor”. . It is located in Eton, near Windsor in England, and is one of the nine original English public schools as defined by the Public Schools Act 1868. [Note: In Britain, “public schools” are a separate class of schools private; what North Americans would call public schools seems to be referred to in Britain by terms such as state-run or state-funded schools]. 7d OSTIA* — anagram (scattered) of OATS I
Ostia is an ancient city and port located on the west coast of Italy at the mouth of the Tiber River. It was the first colony founded by ancient Rome and was a major port and trading center. 8d FINAGLING* – anagram (fraudulently) of SINGING IF
This is a & lit. clue (all-in-one) – a type of clue in which the entire clue is both the definition (when read in one way) and the pun (when read in another way). 9d MISSING|OUR|I — MISSING (do not see) + OUR (†) + I (interest)
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Spider-Man is a fictional character, a comic book superhero who appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. 18d ESTEE|MED — MED (drug) preceded by (before) ESTEE (Mrs. Lauder)
Estée Lauder (1906 – 2004) was an American businesswoman who co-founded, along with her husband, Joseph Lauder, the Estée Lauder Companies, her eponymous cosmetics company. 21d L(ASS)IE – LIE (tell fibs) containing (about) ASS (ass)
Lassie is a fictional female collie dog character created by Anglo-American author Eric Knight (1897 – 1943) [he gained American citizenship shortly before his death] in a novel-length extended short story called Lassie Come-Home. Published in 1940, Knight’s novel was filmed by MGM in 1943 as Lassie Come Home. This was followed by six more MGM feature films during 1951. In 1954, the long-running, Emmy-winning television series Lassie debuted and ran for 19 years. 23d < — return (withdrawal) of
Naomi Watts is a British-Australian actress who has twice been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. 24d CAROL~ – sounds like (sound) CARREL (small place to study)
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