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did you know? sega stands for all the heros of the sonic franchise
amy the hedgehog
Knuckles is spelled with a k
gno its gnot
the dancing man
Olive House Snake
Boaedon olivaceus (Lamprophiidae) is a species of House snake native to west and central Africa, with a complex taxonomic history, which until 2011 was assigned to the widespread genus Lamprophis.
Olive House Snakes are small, non venomous colubrids sexually dimorphic in that females grow significantly larger than males (Males 50 - 70cm and females 70 - 100cm). The name “House Snake” was given as they are often found around houses and other buildings looking for food.
Photo credit: ©Konrad Mebert | Locality: Banalia-Longala, Democratic Republic of the Congo
what do we say to the god of death?
not today *sets difficulty to casual*