Asphaltos serpentem vectem


subterranean ashpalt snake-
Commonly found in areas where temperatures reach above 110°(F) / 43°(C)
and tectonic plates shift frequently,
this serpent lives underground and has no eyes.
It rarely comes above ground.
It is highly toxic to plants, animals and humans,
and is extremely hazardous to cyclists.

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7 comments

  1. Ah, I ran into a few of those guys on my 10,000 mile bike trek. 🙂

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  2. Looks like what I imagine the moon’s surface to be. 🙂 Interesting textures and lighting.

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  3. Interesting, didn’t know about it.

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