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arboreal snake of central and southern Africa whose bite is often fatal

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After going to Somalia, Gladys was given 10 days to learn the mamba and get to know how to operate it.
While their paychecks help their families buy food, the Black Mambas aren't making a great deal of money.
And the only thing that seems to be working to battle the problem is the Black Mambas, who patrol the 300-mile perimeter fence.
project: Clunes And the only thing that seems to be working to battle the problem is the Black Mambas, who patrol the 300-mile perimeter fence.
The Mambas is Raffoul's first collection of the year, and like previous lines, draws on nature as its inspiration.
I was in Swaziland for another CAF champions league encounter between Green Mambas and Platinum FC from Zimbabwe and you can really see the level of play is very intensive and the pressure is much more higher than local games.
Masu-ndire then came under fire at full-time when Mambas fans ran on to the pitch and waded into him.
Bucuane, a striker who has played for the Mambas for almost two decades, said the Nigeria game was his last before retirement.
The 9mm Mamba pistol had its beginning in what was then Rhodesia, around 1977 and was made there briefly by the Viper Manufacturing Company, a division of Sandock Austral.
They suspect he was bitten by one of the mambas, which would have left no puncture wounds on his body.
MAMBAS THE mamba is found in Africa south of the Sahara.
Adult mambas eat large mammals including antelope, buffalo and hippo but their normal diet is fish.
GREEN MAMBA Long, slender green mambas hunt, sleep, even lay eggs in the forest trees of eastern Africa.
Resisting the temptation to pay homage to Marc Almond and call the programme Mark and the Mambas, Channel 4's To The Ends of the Earth settled for the more prosaic Black Mamba.
In the hot, humid climate of Swaziland in Southern Africa, black mambas thrive.