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Black mamba nest

Black mamba nest

£3.99 £2.99
Incl. 20% Tax, excl. Shipping Cost
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Item number: 42322

Dimensions: 3.5 x 1.4 x 5.5 inch (W x D x H)

Warning! Swallowable small parts. Choking hazard.

Black mamba nest

Product details

The black mamba is considered to be the most dangerous snake in the world. It is very nervous and quick to bite if it feels threatened. Without an antidote, its bite is fatal within minutes.

Black Mambas are capable of crawling up to 20 km/h. However, they are more likely to flee than hunt because they are ambush predators that creep up on their prey. When a black mamba feels threatened, it raises its "upper body", opens its black mouth and hisses. Those who don't leave it alone and retreat slowly will encounter its fangs. And not just once. Unlike most other snakes, black mambas bite up to twelve times.

Fun fact

Black mambas are olive-brown to dark-grey in colour. They got their name from their dark mouth cavity.

Functions

  • Connectible plant parts!

    Scientific facts

    • Scientific name: Dendroaspis polylepis
    • Global home: Africa
    • Conservation status: Least concern
    • Primary habitat: savannah#dry#moist, Subtropical Forest

    Content

    1 x black mamba, 2 x nest, 1 x agave

    Functions

    • Connectible plant parts!