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the structure on the human face that contains the nostrils and organs of smell and forms the beginning of the respiratory tract

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a long projecting or anterior elongation of an animal's head

beaklike projection of the anterior part of the head of certain insects such as e

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Conservation and sustainable use of the broad snouted caiman (Caiman latirostris) and yacare (Caiman yacare) in Argentina.
There were girls down there, too, and there was a lot of giggling and shouting, until someone - I believe it was Jack Ragtime - snouted for quiet.
However he might have become the late Austin Stevens on a film assignment in his native Namibia, when a snouted cobra unexpectedly bit him.
Perhaps this quiet and still starchy corner of Camarthen Bay feels ill at ease, as it might have in his colourful lifetime, with the reputation of the down-at-heel, crumpled and drink-soaked poet, whose excesses were repaid in full by his wild Anglo-Irish born wife Caitlin - Oh the baggage - who snouted in the velvet dingles during careless, staccato affairs with local men - a sailor here, a labourer there.
The fluffy snouted animal has taken the internet by storm since he was found on the side of the road.
Causus Snouted Moist and dry Local pain, defilippii night savanna and swelling, adder coastal lymphangitis and thicket: local necrosis eastern Africa, from Kenya and Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique to north - eastern South Africa Causus Eastern Savanna, from Local pain, rhombeatus rhombic eastern swelling, night adder Nigeria, lymphangitis and through local necrosis Central Africa, down to eastern half of South Africa
And then the whole tribe pedalled furiously into the high noon of our childhood to do battle with the pesky invaders, insolently holding the sandstone cliffs over the field, where spears grew in the ferny clumps and dogs snouted in the undergrowth.
The small, brown, snouted beetles may be seen falling to the ground when the plants are disturbed.
The risk of a potentially severe reaction to antivenom should be balanced against the need to neutralise circulating venom, particularly after envenomation by species with neurotoxic venoms, such as black mambas (Dendroaspis polylepis) or snouted cobras (Naja annulifera).