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The Yogi Bear Show

Ranger Smith voiced by Don Messick: The ranger of Jellystone National Park. Hes Yogis rival who always stops Yogi from stealing picnic baskets, but Yogi usually finds a way to trick the ranger. The ranger wears a ranger uniform as well as black s ...

                                               

The Flintstones

The Flintstones was an animated sitcom directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. There were six seasons consisting of 166 episodes. Each episode was 25 minutes long. A pilot episode was released in 1959 and the show aired between September 30 ...

                                               

Terra Nova (TV series)

Terra Nova was an American science fiction television series. It was broadcast from September 26 to December 19, 2011 on Fox. Fox has said they will not pick the series up for a second year. The series is shopped to other networks. The series tel ...

                                               

Colubrid

A colubrid is a snake that is a member of the Colubridae "family". Colubridae is the largest snake family, and includes about two-thirds of all known living snake species. However, colubrids are certainly not a natural group, and many are more cl ...

                                               

Brown tree snake

The Brown tree snake is an arboreal colubrid snake the lives in parts of coastal Australia, Papua New Guinea, and islands in northwestern Melanesia. This snake is known for being an invasive species, responsible for killing the bird population on ...

                                               

Eastern indigo snake

The eastern indigo snake is a type of snake in the family Colubridae. It is native to the eastern United States. It is the longest native snake in the United States. It is the largest snake in the United States. It is also the largest, non-venomo ...

                                               

Rat snake

Rat snakes are medium to large snakes that can be found mostly in the northern hemisphere. They feed primarily on rodents and birds and, with some species being over 3 m, they are on the top levels of some food chains. Many species make attractiv ...

                                               

Tiger keelback

The tiger keelback is shy, so it would be rare to be attacked by one, but they sometimes do, and they do need to survive. And in order to survive, a snake must have a good form of defense. And the tiger keelback has a very interesting form of def ...

                                               

Elapid

The Elapidae, or elapids, are a family of venomous snakes. These snakes can be found in tropical and subtropical regions around the world. They can also be found in the Indian Ocean and the Pacific. They are characterized by a set of hollow, fixe ...

                                               

Chinese cobra

The Chinese cobra, also called Taiwan cobra, is a species of cobra in the Elapidae family, found mostly in southern China and a couple of neighboring nations and islands. It is one of the most prevalent venomous snakes in Taiwan, which has caused ...

                                               

Cobra

Cobra is a name of a snake and a girl cobra is called cobra Kai. In English it is the common name for various venomous snakes. Most of those species are in the family Elapidae, and most of them can spread their neck ribs to form a flattened, wide ...

                                               

Coral snake

The coral snakes are a large group of elapid snakes. There are two main groups of coral snakes. These groups are Old World coral snakes and New World coral snakes. There are over 65 recognized species of New World coral snakes in three genera. Th ...

                                               

Mamba

A mamba is a fast-moving venomous snakes of the genus Dendroaspis. It belongs to the Elapidae family. They are native to Africa. The black mamba is one of the well-known species and is also the most feared. Other members include the eastern green ...

                                               

Sea snake

A Sea snake, or "coral reef snake", is a venomous elapid snake. They live in marine environments for most or all of their lives. At present, 17 genera are described as sea snakes, with 62 species. They evolved from snakes that lived on the land. ...

                                               

Tiger snake

Not to be confused with the tiger keelback snake The tiger snake Notechis scutatus is a venomous species of snake inhabiting Australia and its coastal islands, Tasmania included.

                                               

Yellow-lipped sea krait

The yellow-lipped sea krait is a species of sea snake found in tropical Indo-Pacific ocean waters. The yellow-lipped sea krait is also known as the banded sea krait and the colubrine sea krait ".

                                               

Viper

Vipers are a family of venomous snakes, the Viperidae. All have long, hinged fangs that dig deep into their prey and inject venom. The venom causes internal bleeding. There are four subfamilies of the Viperidae.

                                               

Albany adder

The Albany adder is a viper that is less than a foot long and is also a highly venomous snake, native to South Africa. It is the most rare and endangered snake in South Africa. The Albany Adder has a rare brown and red pattern on its scales. It a ...

                                               

Atheris

Atheris is a genus of venomous vipers found only in rain forest areas of Sub-Saharan Africa. There are currently eight species found. Atheris are commonly known as Bush Vipers ". They are all arboreal, but they can sometimes be seen on the ground.

                                               

Atropoides

Atropoides is a genus of venomous Pit vipers found in Mexico and Central America. There is currently three species found. Atropoides are also known as the Jumping Pit vipers or the Jumping Vipers ".

                                               

Bitis

Bitis is a genus of venomous vipers found in Africa and the southern Arabian Peninsula. This group contains the largest and smallest vipers in the world. There are currently 14 species found. Bitis are commonly known as the "African Adders", or t ...

                                               

Causinae

The Causinae, commonly known as the "night adders", are a subfamily of venomous vipers found in sub-Saharan Africa. The family is monotypic, since it only has the genus Causus. There are six species. The night adders can grow to around 60 to 90 c ...

                                               

Cerastes

Cerastes is a genus of small venomous vipers growing up to the length of around 50 cm. There are currently three species found. They are usually known as the Horned Vipers ", the North African Desert Vipers ", or the Cerastes Vipers ".

                                               

Common night adder

The common night adder is found in the savannas of Sub-Saharan Africa, from Nigeria, east to Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya, south to Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola, Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, northern ...

                                               

Crotalinae

The Crotalinae, also known as the "pit vipers" or "crotaline snakes", are a subfamily of venomous vipers found in Asia and the Americas. There are 18 genera and 151 species which are currently found: 7 genera and 54 species in the Old World, and ...

                                               

Crotalus

Crotalus is a genus of venomous pit vipers found only in the Americas from southern Canada to northern Argentina. The name comes from the Greek word krotalon, which means "rattle", referring to the rattle on the end of the tail. There are current ...

                                               

Echis

Echis is a genus of venomous vipers found in dry regions of Africa, Middle East, Pakistan, India, and Sri Lanka. The name Echis is a Greek word which means viper ". Echis is also known as the Saw-scaled Vipers ", or the Carpet Vipers ". They are ...

                                               

Eristicophis

Eristicophis is a monotypic genus made for the venomous viper species E. macmahonii ". It is found in the desert areas near the borders of Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. There are currently no subspecies recognized. The E. macmahonii is also kn ...

                                               

Eyelash viper

The eyelash viper is a species of venomous pit viper found in Central and South America. The scientific name Bothriechis schlegelii is for the German ornithologist, Hermann Schlegel.

                                               

Lachesis (genus)

Lachesis, also known as the "bushmasters", is a genus of venomous Pit vipers found in forests of Central and South America. The name Lachesis is also the name of one of the Three Fates in Greek mythology. There are currently three species found.

                                               

Queretaro dusky rattlesnake

The Queretaro Dusky Rattlesnake also known as the "Vibora de cascabel", is a species of venomous Pit viper found usually on highlands of central Mexico. The scientific name Aquilus is a Latin word meaning "eagle", referring to the highlands on wh ...

                                               

Rattlesnake

The rattlesnake is a kind of snake, a reptile. About 50 species of rattlesnakes are known: they are a kind of pit viper. There are two groups of rattlesnakes: the genera Crotalus and Sistrurus. All have a venomous bite, and some are much more dan ...

                                               

Santa Catalina rattlesnake

The Santa Catalina Rattlesnake, also known as the Santa Catalina Island Rattlesnake ", is a species of venomous Pit viper found on Santa Catalina Island. There are currently no subspecies recognized.

                                               

Trimeresurus jerdonii

Trimeresurus jerdonii is a venomous pitviper species found in India, Burma, Tibet, China and Vietnam. Three subspecies are currently recognized, including this one.

                                               

Trimeresurus trigonocephalus

The Trimeresurus trigonocephalus, commonly known as the Sri Lankan Green Pit viper ", is a species of venomous Pit vipers found in Sri Lanka. There are no subspecies currently recognized.

                                               

Viperinae

The Viperinae, or Viperines, are a subfamily of venomous Vipers found in Europe, Asia and Africa.There are currently, 12 genera and 66 species which are recognized of this subfamily. Most are tropical and subtropical, although one species, the Vi ...

                                               

Clostridium difficile

Clostridium difficile is a species of bacteria. It is often called C. diff. It is a gram-positive bacteria which belongs to the genus Clostridium. C. diff can live in the human colon the large intestine without causing any problems. About 2-5% of ...

                                               

Calendula officinalis

Calendula officinalis, is a plant in the genus Calendula of the family Asteraceae. It is probably native to India. It was the state flower of Junagadh and Bantva-Manavadar State, now part of Gujarat.

                                               

Faqqu’a Iris

Gilboa Iris or Faqqu’a Iris is a species in the genus Iris, subgenus Iris subgenus and section Oncocyclus. It is a rhizomatous perennial, from the shrublands and mountainsides of Palestine.

                                               

Mentha arvensis

Mentha arvensis – also known as field mint wild mint, or corn mint – is a species of Mentha genera, family Lamiaceae. It has circumboreal distribution. It is native to the temperate regions of Europe and western and central Asia. It is also found ...

                                               

Neem

Neem is a tree in the mahogany familysex Meliaceae. It is native to India, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Pakistan. It grows in tropical and semi-tropical regions. It was also the state tree of Hyderabad Deccan. Neem is a fast-growi ...

                                               

Nymphaea nouchali

Nymphaea nouchali, is an aquatic flowering plant in the Nymphaeaceae. It is native to southern and eastern Asia. N. nouchali grows from rhizomes or tubers rooted under the water. Leaves are oval to round, 13–15 cm 5–6 in, with an open sinus at th ...

                                               

Ramie

Ramie is a flowering plant in the nettle family Urticaceae, native to eastern Asia. It is a herbaceous perennial growing to 1–2.5 m tall. Ramie is one of the oldest fibre crops, used for at least six thousand years. It is mainly used for fabric p ...

                                               

Gympie gympie

Dendrocnide moroides, the gympie gympie, or gympie stinger, is a plant of rainforest areas in the north east of Australia. It is also found in Indonesia. It has stinging hairs over the whole plant. It delivers a strong neurotoxin when touched. Th ...

                                               

Xerochrysum

Xerochrysum is a type or genus of flowering plants native to Australia. It was defined by Russian botanist Nikolai Tzvelev in 1990. It was identified before Bracteantha which was described the following year. A 2002 molecular study of the tribe G ...

                                               

Organelle

In cell biology, an organelle is a part of a cell that does a specific job. Organelles typically have their own plasma membrane round them. Most of the cells organelles are in the cytoplasm. The name organelle comes from the idea that these struc ...

                                               

Cell membrane

The cell membrane is a thin flexible layer around the cells of all living things. It is sometimes called the plasma membrane or cytoplasmic membrane. Its basic job is to separate the inside of cells from the outside. In all cells, the cell membra ...

                                               

Cell nucleus

The cell nucleus contains the cells genes and controls the cells growth and reproduction. It has a double layered nuclear membrane round it. The nucleus is usually the most prominent organelle in a cell. The nucleus is small and round, and works ...

                                               

Centrosome

In cell biology, the centrosome is an organelle that is the main place where cell microtubules are organized. Also, it regulates the cell division cycle, the stages which lead up to one cell dividing in two. The centrosome was discovered by Edoua ...

                                               

Chloroplast

A chloroplast is a small organelles inside the cells of plants and algae. They absorb light to make sugar in a process called photosynthesis. The sugar can be stored in the form of starch. Chloroplasts contain the molecule chlorophyll, which abso ...