If you were to get bitten by the rhinoceros viper, a small amount of its venom would kill you.
This snake ranges up to six feet long and is covered with scales that grip the ground which improve the snake's mobility. The rhinoceros viper has scales on top of its head that form horns, though no one knows what their purpose is. The rhinoceros viper has lines and shapes of different colors that help camouflage it.
It's not easy to get away from the rhinoceros viper because it can track you down with its keen sense of smell.
When attacking, the rhinoceros viper might break its fangs but it has six replacement pairs. The snake has long venomous fangs that release deadly venom which can cause internal bleeding, tissue decay, and organ failure. Sometimes it doesn't release venom.
The rhinoceros viper likes to live in rainforests of central and west Africa where there are damp swamps; these snakes can live up to 15 years. It eats small mammals, birds, lizards, toads, and fish. The rhinoceros viper can climb and is nocturnal.
[Source: Snakes And Reptile]