sea snake

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any of numerous venomous aquatic viviparous snakes having a fin-like tail

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Early records of the seasnake Pelamis platurus in Latin America.
Their red locks and adornments of coral and pearls flounder on the pitch and whirl of the waves which augment the writhe of their seasnake legs.
What I find, staring into the midday sun, is a seasnake slithering past our bow and a dolphin poking its nose above water.
411), listening to the sound of the "vehement breath of waters amid seasnakes, rearing horses, rocks" (3.
At this time of the year, with winds of up to 25 knots coming down the coast from Kuwait, it is going to stir stuff up from turtles to seasnakes.