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16 Reasons Not To Go Into the Water... EVER!

By Vadim Newquist Jun 14, 2013

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Olive Sea Snake

This sinuous monster, found mostly in the warm coastal waters of the Indo-Pacific, rarely attack divers, but when they do, look out! Many snakes employ either the method of constriction or venom to subdue its prey, but the Olive Sea Snake has both, so it can really pack a one-two punch. Another unique trait is the fact that it has photo-receptors on its tail, meaning it can detect light, and therefore (sort of) see with its tail!

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Vadim Newquist

Vadim Newquist is a writer, director, actor, animator, fire fighter, stunt driver, martial arts instructor, snake wrangler and time traveling bounty hunter who scales tall buildings with his bare hands and wrestles sharks in his spare time. He can do ten consecutive backflips in one jump, make cars explode with his mind, and can give fifty people a high-five at once without even lifting his hands. He holds multiple PhDs in nuclear physics, osteopathic medicine, behavioral psychology, breakdancing, and chilling out. He currently resides in Gotham City inside his stately mansion with his butler Alfred and his two cats.

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