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    I think there is a caterpillar in Brazil that can be lethal for an adult person if touched

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    Thank you for your reply. Alot of caterpillar look very beautiful but in onother hand it also make you scare. I have quite a number photo of diffirence caterpillar but I found the 2 first photo I post in page 8 ware the most beautiful regarding the shape.

    This one abit colourful:




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    This is one of 2 most dangerous snake in our forest (they are slow). Ofcause we have more poison snakes in the forest but most of them are quick (like cobra or king cobra) and they move quick so it no so dangerous.




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    Do you know the name of that snake? great photos. is there an anti venom?

    read and google lonomia obliqua

    Lonomia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Thanks so much for the photos.Your landscape photos were simply stunning and your in situ orchid photos outstanding!!

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    @stefpix: I think that snake is Trimeresurus stejnegeri. We dont have any thing that can against its venom.
    Thank you all for your replied.

    Canh

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    Hi every one.
    Now I have a bit time to post the photoes that I just took last week from my trip to the forest. It quite far from my home (total nearly 600km one way) and this is a nother of experiences.

    Here some photo of the rice field of H'mong ethnic





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    It must be very nice during rice season I would say


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    Ethnic people use this way to protect their garden from chickens or small birds










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    Orchids just hang around their house











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