Red Snake

Red snake may refer to:

  • Agkistrodon contortrix contortrix, a.k.a. the southern copperhead, a venomous pitviper found in the United States
  • Agkistrodon contortrix mokasen, a.k.a. the northern copperhead, a venomous pitviper found in the United States
  • Heterodon platirhinos, a.k.a. the eastern hog-nosed snake, a harmless colubrid found in the United States
  • The Red Snake Roulette Bet

Other articles related to "red snake, snake, red":

Lego Adventurers - Amazon (1999)
... Animals Black Spider, Red Snake 5901/5902 River Raft Minifigs Rudo Villano Animals Red Snake 5906 Ruler of the Jungle Minifigs Achu Animals Red Snake, Black Snake, Black Spider ... Animals Black Snake, Red Snake, 2 Black Spiders, Black Scorpion, Black Bat, Green Crocodile ...
Martial Masters - Characters
... Red Snake - A female kung fu artist who practice the snake kung fu style, she is engaged with Scorpion, pretty much for his dismay ... He is a very cold man who is engaged with Red Snake, pretty much for his dismay ... She is a secret playable character and sub-boss for Red Snake ...
Gundam Evolve - Episode Summaries - 09 - MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam
... It is said to feature three Zeta Gundams, three pilots with the aliases Red Snake, Grey Wolf, and White Unicorn as well as an enormous MA of unknown affiliation in orbit ... Red Snake's Zeta Gundam is red, with redesigned armour on the chest, feet, skirt and lower leg ... Similarly, the original pilot of Red Snake's Zeta is implied to be Johnny Ridden, who was reassigned since Red Zeta is a Newtype-use machine ...

Famous quotes containing the words snake and/or red:

    There’s a snake lurking in the grass.
    Virgil [Publius Vergilius Maro] (70–19 B.C.)

    For which he wex a litel red for shame,
    Whan he the peple upon him herde cryen,
    That to beholde it was a noble game,
    How sobreliche he caste doun his yen.
    Criseyda gan al his chere aspyen,
    And let so softe it in her herte sinke
    That to herself she seyde, “Who yaf me drinke?”
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340–1400)