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2013-01-09 16:20:36

AUBURN, Ala., Jan. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dear Shareholders, Although 2012 was a difficult year for us, the Company is now well positioned for future success. We are optimistic that our pending 2013 introduction of new motorcycle models will complete our transformation into a sustainable American motorcycle enterprise. Our carefully selected 2013 Diamondback Dealers have uniformly agreed that the Diamondback is an exceptional motorcycle, although they are concerned that our...

Morphine Qualities Of Black Mamba Venom
2012-10-04 05:35:50

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online The venom from one of the world´s most dangerous snakes contains a potent painkiller that works as well as morphine, but without the toxic side effects, French researchers reported on Wednesday. The deadly black mamba, which uses neurotoxins to paralyze and kill its prey, is one of the fastest and most lethal snakes in Africa. Its venom is among the fastest acting of any snake species, and a bite is lethal if not treated with...

2012-06-12 02:21:08

AUBURN, Ala., June 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- (OTCQB: VPWI) -- Viper Powersports presents open letter to Shareholders. Dear Shareholders, We are pleased to announce that we have engaged Acorn Management Partners to provide current and potential shareholders with access to corporate communication. This will allow you to track and measure our progress in executing our rollout strategy, while freeing up management's time to achieve our stated objectives. We intend to prove that...

Latest Black mamba Reference Libraries

2007-02-12 21:36:21

The Eastern Green Mamba, Dendroaspis angusticeps, is a venomous arboreal snake native to the east coast of southern Africa. They are found from the coastal forest of the Eastern Cape in South Africa through Mozambique into Zimbabwe and the Malawian coast. Green mambas make their homes near trees, often in evergreen forest, coastal scrub, or moist savannah. Bamboo thickets and mango plantations are also known to be mamba habitat. These are the smallest members of the mamba family. Adults...

2007-02-12 21:23:02

The Black Mamba, Dendroaspis polylepis, is a venomous snake from Africa. They can be found in scrub land, bushes and small trees. They tend to live in permanent lairs for long periods if not disturbed. They usually make their homes in vacated insect mounds or hollow trees. The Black Mamba is the largest venomous snake in Africa and the second largest venomous snake in the world. It grows to an average length of 8 feet and may even grow to over 14 feet. It gets its name from the inky...

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