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    Snakes bite several people and when they arrive at the hospital to receive an anti-venom injection, they fail to describe what kind of snake did the biting. Failure of identification may lead to other complications such as coma, paralysis or death. Identification is significant as it helps in knowing how to treat the bite. The venomous snakes around the world are a third unless you live in Australia, where the percentage is bigger, closer to 65%. In this article we will look at several venomous snakes in the U.S and how to identify them. In the United States of America, there are four different types of venomous snakes, which are rattlesnakes, cottonmouths, coral snakes, and copperheads. Rattlesnakes: They are easily identified by the rattling sound they make with their tails. When threatened, rattlesnakes shake their tails as a warning for one to back away. In the U.S, rattlesnakes have a larger population and they mostly cause venomous bites. They have a button like a rattle at the end of its tail. If…

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    that side of the cliff. Upon reaching the top, the divers work the crowd, shaking hands, and panhandling as they proceed from tourist to tourist. The divers didn’t seem at all fussy regarding what currency the tourists were willing to dole out. From there we returned to the hotel for lunch and to spend stress free time at the pool and on the beach. I itched to rent another wave runner and I did. After scratching that itch, I beached the wave runner and started back into the ocean.…

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    Are you afraid of snakes? I wouldn’t blame you if you were. Snakebites infect approximately 2.5 million people each year. An estimated 125,000 of these bites kill their victims (Hellor). Snakes can be extremely dangerous and their venom can cause serious injuries, including death. Snakebites can be cured if they are treated rapidly and in the right way. It is evident that snakes cause serious harm and need to be tended to appropriately, as demonstrated in the short story, “No Witchcraft For…

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    of the United States. Both are highly venomous snakes, and can cause humans and animals many health issues, and have the ability to kill them. It can be a challenge to recognize these snakes from other snakes found in this region, and they love to bask in the sun when it’s warm outside. Unfortunately for pet owners living in areas such as South Georgia, these snakes are the most active when it is warm outside, and it’s almost snake season all year long. The venom from a rattle snake is toxic to…

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    The Dangers Of Snakebites

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    Snakes are lengthy, carnivorous reptiles without legs, protected with scales, have sharp fangs and venom inside it. There are numerous different types of snakes and these include king cobra, python, rattlesnake, and anaconda. Snakebites can be extremely lethal particularly because of their deadly venom. Every year, you will find around 7, 000 poisonous snake bites scenarios that are being documented in America. Apart from being deadly, snake bites may also result in allergic response and…

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    Among humans, snakes inspire both fascination and fear. Of the many different kinds, the more popular are the King Cobra and the Rattlesnake. Although they can be interesting to see and to learn about, they can also be dangerous. Many different aspects determine if a snake is deadly, and who should be considered the deadliest. Rattlesnakes and King Cobras are both venomous snakes but are different in many ways. A rattlesnake has two long, hollow fangs that fold back in the mouth. When attacking…

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    This paper offers a well researched written account of the predator prey relationships between the honey badger and one of its prey specie in the family Elapidae, which are venomous snakes. This paper looks to studies done in Africa by Dr. Begg and his colleague’s. They looked at the diet and foraging behavior of the honey badger. Other studies such as the ones done by Danielle Drabeck have looked at the venom resistance of Honey badgers. This paper especially focuses on predator prey…

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    Today’s Snakes Travel Like FedEx & UPS!! (Fly, Walk, & Deliver) Snakes are found throughout the world except Antarctica, Iceland, Ireland, Greenland and New Zealand. Most snakes are found in tropical regions. Often observed flicking its tongue, snakes use their forked tongue to smell the air. Snakes are ectotherms, meaning they must regulate their body temperature externally by sunning themselves or retreating to cool, shaded areas. Venomous snakes…

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    neglected threat devastating many years in tropical and subtropical countries like India. India has a worst-case scenario with a high incidence of snakebite. About 216 species of snakes in India but only 52 are venomous from this Indian cobra (Naja naja), Russell 's viper (Daboia russelii), Saw-scaled viper (Echis carinatus), and common krait (Bungarus caeruleus) are most deadly. The majority of snakebites encountered by these snakes therefore called India’s Big 4. Bites of snakes are usually…

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    Vipera Ursinii The common names for the snake are Steppe viper, Orsini’s viper, and meadow viper; meadow snakes are family of snake that are very poisonous. These snakes evolved from animals that have four legs (Reptile), they are part the viperidae family, the old world Vipers. The color of this snake is light gray to brown and yellow, the belly of the snake is usually dark or light gray and also has zig zag line and black line behind the eyes. Even though this is a beautiful snake this…

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