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Author 'Canada' (Id 32817 ) : Vipere aspic (Vipera aspis) occupies the hillside ensoleilles, brownfield, the bluffs, sometimes near the water. Length of 50 to 80 cm. Can live up to 30 years.

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> Géna [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Sep 06, 2013
In our forests in the vosges, they are quite present. What wonders these beasts !
> 855695555 >Reply Aug 22, 2010
My name is Laura and I am 11 years old. I'm afraid of snakes, and I do not like snakes. But I love animals.
> Snaker >Reply Jun 30, 2009
Very beautiful pictures, I found these animals very gracious despite the bad reputation so they are subject.
> Opale >Reply Aug 04, 2008
Beautiful photo of VIPer the outlet is good. I'd like to be able to take one like that !
> Philippe-reptiles >Reply Jul 29, 2008
It is quite impressive when you see it, of a size reasonable enough for a small snake.
> Vipaspic >Reply Mar 19, 2008
I think that the color of the soil does not really highlight the beauty of the reptile, but the animal was there at the time of the photo, and it is perhaps not by chance, he put on his camouflage uniform, not a beast the beast.
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Feb 01, 2008
I prefer the 'aspic' on my plate than on my path. This VIPer does not have a good reputation. You have all the more merit for this photo well net, where you can detail the beast at his ease, without risk.
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 16, 2007
The photograph is taken from a bit far away, damage and I wouldn't have done better. It is the ‘asp' (Vipera aspis aspis) : the head in the shape of a ' V ', is brown in color and the circles on a regular basis. It moves by forming an ' S '. The background also makes the observation difficult. BRAVO.
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