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Coral snake
In Honduras, tropical forest and river banks are home to more than a hundred species of snakes, many of which are venomous or even deadly. The coral snake (Micrurus Nigrocinctus), whose venom is neurotoxic, displays bright colors that warn of danger. Another snake, whose venom is on the contrary harmless, imitates perfectly its colors to impress its predators, giving it the nickname false coral snake (Lampropeltis triangulum).
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