Acan·tho·phis | \ əˈkan(t)thəfə̇s\
Definition of Acanthophis
: a genus of venomous Australian snakes (family Elapidae) having a long horny upturned spine at the end of the tail and consisting of the death adder (A. antarcticus)
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