krait

[ UK /kɹˈe‍ɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. brightly colored venomous but nonaggressive snake of southeastern Asia and Malay peninsula
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How To Use krait In A Sentence

  • Other animals include snakes, such as the cobra, king cobra, and banded krait and countless insects and spiders.
  • According to a study conducted by SPCA in the area, there are kraits, cobras and vipers in the area.
  • In the Temburong District there is an outdoor zoo where some of the fauna - from various Bornean primates to banded kraits and other unfriendly vipers to argus pheasants can be inspected close up.
  • At sight of the group, the krait raised their neck frills and hissed angrily. GuildWars Edge of Destiny
  • The Krait bite is much less obvious and it is very difficult for people to know that they have been bitten at all.
  • It's home to gazillions of yellow-lipped sea kraits, striped, three-foot nasties with flattened tails and sealable nostrils enabling them to swim underwater every night while they feast on eels.
  • Krait successfully rendezvoused with the six canoeists and despite some anxious moments when she was shadowed by a Japanese destroyer near Lombok Strait returned safely to Exmouth Gulf in early October.
  • According to a study conducted by SPCA in the area, there are kraits, cobras and vipers in the area.
  • The current method of producing the treatment is to immunize horses against the venom of the cobra, common krait, saw-scaled viper and Russell's viper.
  • Vipers, cobras, mambas, coral snakes and kraits and a few other snakes have evolved venom as a way of capturing prey.
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