Common Adder or Viper

Male adder

Common Adder or Viper

The common adder eats frogs, young birds, and small mammals. It bears its young alive,with 6–20 being born in August or early September. Its bite is rarely fatal to humans. The adder is not aggressive and will only bite if it feels threatened


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