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Habu (波布) is a Japanese name used to refer to certain venomous snakes:
- The following species are found in the Ryukyu Islands of Japan:
- Habu is a name also used for several other species:
- An early project nickname for the SR-71 and A-12 reconnaissance aircraft.
- Chiropsalmus quadrigatus, a.k.a. the box jellyfish, or in Japan as the habu kurage (kurage = jellyfish), a venomous jellyfish.
- HABU equivalent, a measure of computer performance
- Yoshiharu Habu, professional player of shogi, or Japanese chess.
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