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Queimado Grande is an island with thousands of poisonous snakes, Brazil

Queimado Grande

In the Atlantic ocean situated island called Queimado Grande or whatever it is called ” snake. It is located near district of são Paulo, located in Brazil. The territory of the island is small, and employs approximately 0,43 km 2. and its height is about 200 meters. People Queimado-Grandi sidestep, and local authorities imposed a ban on visit this site

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Here is found the most dangerous snake on the planet that is called island bothrops. Her wounds are very afraid, through the fact that it immediately causes death of the tissue. Reliable evidence of a bite bothrops island is extremely small, but judging by the chemical composition of the snake’s venom is 5 times more dangerous than their mainland brethren. For example, in Costa Rica due to the biting of the dies cacahuete bothrops at least 6 people. The snake’s venom causes the victim the destruction of red blood cells and blood vessels, the site of the bite swells, possible bleeding of the internal organs. Without the antitoxin, the poor guy has very little chance of survival.

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Panama country

Regional assemblages of species of poisonous snakes in different geographical areas may vary depending on your location. In each location the major efforts must be made to be aware of the presence of toxic species, as they are not the dominant species and represent a danger to humans. In addition, they are much better known under local names or simplified compared to the more common and comparatively less dangerous individuals. In Panama, the special distribution received three main families of poisonous snakes, namely: alkoholowe vipers, coral snakes and sea snakes.

Only in the Western hemisphere of the Earth all the vipers are so-called pits, which represent a deepening from the outer side of the upper jaw, between the nose hole and eye, which indicates zoologist Harold Trapido, is sensitive to changes in the ambient temperature of the body. Thanks to its incredible sensitivity, this hole helps to locate and attack warm-blooded animals (of course, when the predator is close enough to potenitally victims). It is considered, among other things, that such amharinya bodies along the lower jaw perform the same functions and have common Boas (or devouring snakes). Even assuming that such a snake is removed and the language she blinded with blackened collodion, it will still be able to produce its fatal bite, aiming for an electric bulb, covered with Continue reading

“the Bites of poisonous snakes”

After hurricane Katrina await epidemics, invasions of snakes and alligators

Official representatives of the United States Federal government, which hastily sent medical equipment and professionals affected by the hurricane “Katrina” areas on the Atlantic coast of the country, warned that the disaster may entail very adverse consequences for the health of the population over a long period, writes The New York Times.

According to officials, they are particularly concerned about the likelihood of outbreaks due to contamination of drinking water by sewage, and because spoiled food and possible transfer of dangerous diseases of animals, especially insects, and the bites of poisonous snakes.

A lot of people died in the hurricane. Some were drowned. Two people died from carbon monoxide poisoning resulting from the use of gas generators in areas with poor ventilation. Nine persons poisoned with carbon monoxide, ended up in the hospital, said Federal officials at a press conference in Atlanta – the city in which is located the Center of control and prevention of diseases.

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