Borneo. Found near Cornwall, this vicious - and venomous - woman/snake hybrid has the physical posture of a human, standing bipedal on it's two hind legs. Franklyn, however, has develped some reptilian tendencies as well, and the Reptile sheds it's scaly skin every winter and has the ability to inject highly toxic poison via it's fangs.
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The Reptile has a talent for playing the sitar, which helps lure men into her domain. Her bite is very deadly and her poison is fatal to all humans, so the cut must be cured immediately if there are to be any hopes of survival. Other powers of the creepy Reptile include super-human strength and speed and snake-like agility, thus making this creature one to be feared.
This interesting monster appeared in John Gilling's Hammer Horror film The Reptile (1966). The make-up for the creature was designed and applied by effects-maestro Roy Ashton.--Imadjafar 17:28, January 23, 2010 (UTC)