One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A venomous marine snake with a flattened tail, which lives in the warm coastal waters of the Indian and Pacific oceans and does not come on to land.
Subfamily Hydrophiinae, family Elapidae: several genera and species, including the yellow-bellied sea snake (Pelamis platurus), the only species found in the open ocean
- ‘The waves at one particular place are creations of the sea snake.’
- ‘A seafood that is peculiar to Okinawa is the sea snake caught in the neighbouring subtropical waters.’
- ‘The male sea snake has a double set of reproductive organs, covered in spines.’
- ‘A sea snake can live its whole life without ever touching land.’
- ‘It's amazing how fast you can fin when a yellow-belly sea snake is chasing your tail!’
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