sea snake

NOUN
  1. any of numerous venomous aquatic viviparous snakes having a fin-like tail; of warm littoral seas; feed on fish which they immobilize with quick-acting venom
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How To Use sea snake In A Sentence

  • In the depths of Australian waters another venomous creature lurks - the sea snake.
  • Barracudas, carangids, tuna, groupers, large napoleon fish, hunchback parrot fish, turtles, sea snakes, reef sharks, eagle rays, mobulas, all are frequent encounters in the cruises in this area.
  • The sculpture shows the Trojan priest Laocoon and his sons being crushed to death by sea snakes.
  • If attacked by a damselfish, it morphs one of its arms into the visage of the fearsome sea snake that eats damselfish. Kenny Ausubel: The Sting: Social Biomimicry and The Role of Fraud in Nature
  • The group also includes a number of animals that have returned to life in the water, such as sea turtles, sea snakes, whales and dolphins, seals and sea lions, and extinct groups such as plesiosaurs, ichthyosaurs, and mosasaurs.
  • Now other tropical sea snakes will be studied to see if they use the ruse. The Sun
  • The variety of aquatic wildlife reads like an open casting call for Finding Nemo: Over 1,500 species of fish, 5,000-8,000 species of mollusks, 30 species of whales and dolphins, 600 species of echinoderm such as starfish, 17 varieties of sea snakes, and 6 species of marine turtles which are listed as threatened. Yvonne Yorke: The Great Barrier Reef: From Above and Below
  • ‘We can't tell at this stage which of these two types of homing behavior the sea snakes are displaying,’ said Reed.
  • The group also includes a number of animals that have returned to life in the water, such as sea turtles, sea snakes, whales and dolphins, seals and sea lions, and extinct groups such as plesiosaurs, ichthyosaurs, and mosasaurs.
  • Whales, rare green sea turtles, and hawksbill turtles also ply these aquamarine waters, along with nine species of sea snakes, some lethal. Richard Bangs: Bahrain: Once Was Paradise, Part 2
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