Havia uma jararaca no caminho...

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Aluisio Ribeiro 2 on December 3, 2008

E ela seguiu o seu caminho e eu o meu.

Jean Gregory Evans on December 3, 2008

Scary! But great shot!

Jean

Aluisio Ribeiro 2 on December 3, 2008

jeangregoryevans, scary and dangerous.

Jean Gregory Evans on December 3, 2008

How did you remain so calm as to get this photo? Were you also screaming as you took it??

Jean

Aluisio Ribeiro 2 on December 3, 2008

jeangregoryevans, I don´t know if I am aswering your question. This snake is called here "jararaca". It doesn´t attack but I avoid it. It is necessary to stay distant it. I am calm and I took care to got this photo.

I was walking when I found it. I am live now because I saw it first.

God take care me a lot.

Your friend from Brazil.

Aluisio.

Jean Gregory Evans on December 3, 2008

Aluisio, I looked up the jararaca and discover that I know nothing about this pitviper snake. It is not one that I have seen before and it can be deadly. The venom is used in making medicine that is used for congestive heart among other things. I am so glad that you saw it first!

Jean

Aluisio Ribeiro 2 on December 4, 2008

jeangregoryevans, thanks for your very nice comment.

chico saragiotto on December 4, 2008

Que bela jararaca oisiulA! Seria uma "Boipeva"? Tenho uma história (mais à frente eu conto)sobre uma jararaca boipeva que levei dois anos prá conseguir fotografar (uma fotinho bem mixuruca), mas que me fez suar frio e aprender uma lição que jamais esquecerei... Saudações

Aluisio Ribeiro 2 on December 4, 2008

chico saragiotto, rapaz este teu suar frio deve ter sido um susto danado.

Sonia Serediuk on December 5, 2008

Que medo.

Paulo Farina on December 6, 2008

Os desenhos da Jararaca são belos!

Elas indicam que nosso clima ainda é bom...

No interior de São Paulo já foi quase extinta!

Parabéns pelo registro!

Aluisio Ribeiro 2 on December 6, 2008

Vc não é o primeiro a informar que elas estão em extinção. Uma pena. Obrigado pela informação.

Antonio Andrade on December 26, 2008

Parabéns pelas fotos sobre animais principalmente sobre as borboletas.... vamos continuar divulgando o Brasil... Saudações desde Jaboticabal - SP

Aluisio Ribeiro 2 on December 27, 2008

Antonio de Andrade, muito obrigado pelo seu comentário e visita. O Brasil é riquíssimo, basta pararmos um pouco e perceber isso. Tenha um feliz Ano Novo. Cumprimentos de Apucarana, PR.

JuanA.Perez on January 8, 2009

fantastic and dangerouse shot OISIULa , good job after shot , you runed all speed . Greetings , Juan .

Aluisio Ribeiro 2 on January 8, 2009

JuanA.Perez, this viper don´t attack you, it isn´t necessery ro run speed, it is necessery attention. Greetings.

épacabá on January 16, 2009

Mantenha a distancia serpente em seu banho de sol.

stormtwin on February 3, 2009

This snake is called a Fer de Lance. It is very poisonous and grows very big, but it has no interest in bitting a human unless it is threatened. I have seen this species of snake in Costa Rica. It is a very beautiful snake and you are lucky to see it.

Natalia Stoyakina on February 6, 2009

WoW!!! KING SIZE!!! SUPER SHOT!!! Congratulations!!!

Best regards from Russia, ¤-¤-¤ NATALIA ¤-¤-¤

armin2156 on February 13, 2009

Ohhh, I think this sankae is really Poisn,take care if you took Snapshots from Snakes..I tooked one in ilha Grande...the snake was very small,yello and Black,and she tried to bite a dog...the otherone was in the Pantanal.....

Saludos y Brazos

Armin

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Photo taken in Vila Nossa Senhora da Conceicao, Apucarana - PR, Brazil

Photo details

  • Uploaded on December 3, 2008
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    by Aluisio Ribeiro 2
    • Camera: SONY DSC-P93A
    • Taken on 2008/12/03 11:35:20
    • Exposure: 0.025s (1/40)
    • Focal Length: 7.90mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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