During the 1960s a female aesculapian
snake was brought to Colwyn Bay as an intended exhibit.
He currently chairs the executive board for the medical sciences at UCLA and directs the annual Aesculapian
Ball to raise funds for the medical school.
The spine becomes an Aesculapian
staff wound by contrary forces: "around [the spine] .
In 1834 Graham published a whole book of case histories, pompously entitled The Aesculapian
Tablets of the Nineteenth Century, in which grateful patients revealed how a vegetable diet had saved them from frightful maladies.
Rumours abounded the aesculapian
rat snake had slipped out of Colwyn Bay Mountain Zoo, and was breeding in the wild.
In addition, the valleys are home to some snakes, especially Dromicus angustilineaus, which is reminiscent of the Aesculapian
snake (Elaphe longissima) from Europe, and Tachymenis peruviana, which resembles a European terrestrial smooth snake (Coronella).