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|Mexican Moccasin Cantil (Agkistrodon bilineatus) (lizard) 25089|
|Cantil Enjaquimado (es)|
2017-09-15 Rancho Primavera, El Tuito, Jalisco, Mexico
Poisonous (lethal, according to the literature) and apparently aggressive if it it feels threatened. My first, and ranch-owner Bonnie had never seen it either. It was about 50 cm long. It was lying on the access road, and I actually stepped over it before I realized that it was a snake. It retreated quietly into the vegetation after taking these photos.