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“Most venomous snakes”

The most dangerous snakes in the world

Some attack without warning, while others move at lightning speed, or attack as You do.

Most dangerous animals in the world Poisonous snakes of Latin America

Most venomous and dangerous snakes on earth

In a forest inhabited by many animals with ingenious methods for hunting and protection.

MOST VENOMOUS SNAKES WORLD | TOP 10

The most dangerous animals of the world Snakes of South-East Asia and Australia

Top 10 most venomous snakes in the world (Top 10 most poisonous snakes in the world)

Top 10 most poisonous snakes in the world.

Top 5 most poisonous snakes in the world

Top 5 most poisonous snakes in the world.

The most dangerous snakes in the world.

Some attack without warning, while others move at lightning speed, or attack as You do.

10 MOST POISONOUS ANIMALS ON THE PLANET

TOP 10 most venomous snakes in the world / Top 10 most poisonous snakes in the world

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Guidance for the safe transport of snakes

Below is a series of images showing how to make the safe transport of snakes in hot weather and in cold weather.

The first shows the main elements that you need to make your own a safe transport box for snakes. You’ll need a sturdy cardboard box, one sheet teploizoljatsionnogo of polystyrene of a thickness of 2.5 cm(this is a special type of foam that is sold in DIY markets. It is much denser than normal foam and has a hard plastic coating that stays sticky tape) and a sharp knife. The second picture shows the best packing tape is one of those that you can buy. It is very comfortable and durable packing tape. When transporting animals to save on strength it is impossible.

Here the image is collected, but not fully stocked box for transport. Make sure you stick the tape on all internal seams of the box before you put it in the foam.

The partition separates a small chamber with cold or hot packs. Dividing the foam must have a small hole size of 1 5 cm. It will allow cold or warm air slowly to cool or heat the compartment with the animal. Don’t forget to glue all joints on both sides.

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The poisonous snakes Rating

The species composition of the snake is about three thousand. They live on all continents except Antarctica. The wet tropics, the dry and hot deserts, dense forests and seaside suitable climate and ecological system quite tolerable for certain species of snakes.

Surprised not only their way of moving without limbs, but the way of food: the food they swallow whole. Extraction it is necessary to immobilize – to stifle or paralyze the input of the poison. About 10% of all snakes in the process of evolution evolved the ability to produce poison.

Snakes poisonous substances injected into the victim’s body through the upper canines, having internal channels. Some types of “snake community” inexplicably acquired the ability to produce a very strong poison several thousand times exceeding that which would have been sufficient. For example – the most venomous snake in the world in one bite secretes a dose of poison, lethal to 12 thousand rabbits. Of course, that the rights of venomous snakes represent a threat, but more on that later.

The rank of poisonous snakes

A brief look at 7 of the most poisonous snakes inhabiting, fortunately, far from our territories:

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Poisonous snakes of Africa
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The Danger of Thailand for backpackers
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Snakes of Cyprus
When you say. In Cyprus you can meet a snake, do not be afraid! It happens very rarely and in certain places. On the beaches are virtually impossible to find…

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