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Pit vipers generally resided predominantly in the Old World. Their habitat included eastern Europe, Asia, Japan, Taiwan, Indonesia, India, as well as Sri Lanka. They are also found in southern Canada, central America towards south America. There are 54 species in the old world and and 97 in the new world.
Pit vipers are a subfamily of vipers, and the term can be used to refer to a number of different vipers, which live in many different kinds of habitats. For example, rattlesnakes often live in arid landscapes, while fer-de-lance live in rainforests and water moccasins live in aquatic ecosystems.
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