The black mamba is a long, slender, cylindrical snake. It has a coffin-shaped head with a somewhat pronounced brow ridge and a medium-sized eye. The adult snake's length typically ranges from 2 to 3 m (6 ft 7 in to 9 ft 10 in) but specimens have grown to lengths of 4. 3 to 4. 5 m (14 ft 1 in to 14 ft 9 in). It is the second-longest venomous snake species, exceeded in length only by the king cobra. The black mamba is a proteroglyphous (front-fanged) snake, with fangs up to 6. 5 mm (0. 26 in) in length, located at the front of the maxilla. The tail of the species is long and thin, the caudal vertebrae making up 17–25% of its body length. The body mass of black mambas has been reported to be about 1. 6 kg (3. 5 lb), although a study of seven black mambas found an average weight of 1. 03 kg (2. 3 lb), ranging from 520 g (1. 15 lb) for a specimen of 1. 01 m (3 ft 4 in) total length to 2. 4 kg (5. 3 lb) for a specimen of 2. 57 m (8 ft 5 in) total length.
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