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|Nautious Jumping Snakes|
Nautious Jumping Snakes were one of the sweets sold at Fred and George Weasley's shop in Diagon Alley, Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes. It looked like a Stick-O Wafer stick that was popularly known in the world of Muggles. Described on the packaging as "Venomous Vertical Sea Snakes", Nautious Jumping Snakes were therefore probably joke sweets.
Behind the scenes
- Sea snakes are a subfamily of venomous snakes so named because they live in the water. Nautious Jumping Snakes are most likely called "sea snakes" on the packaging because most species of sea snake have a consistent striped pattern along their length like the candy does.