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1. A cosmopolitan family of mostly nonpoisonous or mildly poisonous snakes and some highly poisonous species. Venomous species have small, grooved fangs at the rear of the mouth. There are approximately 1,000 species.
2. A very large family of terrestrial snakes in the order Squamata, containing about 75 percent of all known snakes.
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