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If you keep reading the next sentence it makes clear what is meant (emphasis mine): Crocodiles (subfamily Crocodylinae) or true crocodiles are large semiaquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia. Crocodylinae, all of whose members are considered true crocodiles, is classified as a biological subfamily. A ...


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This Times of India article mentions the name "peevna" in relation to the "saw-scaled viper". According to Wikipedia, the genus Echis contains 12 species that are commonly referred to as a group as "saw-scaled vipers." Of these, one clearly is found in India: Echis_carinatus (commonly called the "saw-scaled viper", "Indian saw-scaled viper", or "little ...


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The horn has a specific structure which is different from the round edge that we see on our fingers. It splinters and cracks into flakes, so it is more similar to a flint than a chalk. The outside of the cone dries out and flakes and is scratched off by the cat, while the inside of the cone is the newer horn that grows towards the apex as a new blade edge. ...


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Alight, best guess, based on it being the most common species, a decent match in pictures, and a decent match to the description on Wikipedia is Diapheromera femorata, the common walking stick.


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The picture looks like it's from the Cerastes genus. It looks similar to a head shot of Cerastes Cerastes (Saharan horned viper) shown on Wikipedia: In fact, the incident you describe is also reported in Wikipedia's Cerastes Cerastes article since it could be the first sighting in Pakistan. However, I sincerely (and respectfully) doubt that this snake was ...


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Camel erythrocytes are oval in shape and without nucleus. No intracellular organelles were observed with the occasional exception of a small number of mitochondria . are well-adapted to hot arid environment and .The red blood cells of the dromedary camel protect it from dehydration because the oval-shaped cells can circulate even in thick blood and can ...


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