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The Most beautiful snakes on the planet

Selection of beautiful pictures of snakes — and not so poisonous — from all continents.

Keeled grass too. The snake is non-venomous, and the snake yawns after a hearty lunch, to reinstall the jaw and catch my breath.

Mamba Jameson . graceful green snake of the length two meters, the venom of which has a nerve effect. Deny the muscles of the respiratory system and the victim is slowly but surely suffocating. Then the serpent eating it. It lives in Africa. There is still the black Mamba, its length 4 meters, which is as poisonous as the green, but I am afraid of it anymore. There is a belief that if a black Mamba crossed the path, wait for death. Or she will crawl and bite, or just die from an accident. It is believed that the bite of a deadly Mambo, but it is not. If within one hour after the bite to take the serum, then survival is guaranteed. To escape from the snake is almost impossible, Mamba moves at a speed of 11 km/hour.

Rainbow boa constrictor, inhabits South America, especially a lot of snakes in the Amazon. It feeds on small animals, most large animal who can strangle him, – it’s a big rat. If you feel the danger, and can bite, but they are not poisonous.

Mexican non-venomous king snake of the family geobrush. Lives in Mexico, Continue reading

“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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The scariest snake in the world

On Earth a huge number of poisonous creatures, but even if the creature is poisonous, it does not mean that it is unsafe. For example, the scariest snake in the world Taipan (Taipan), but still it is not the most poisonous.

Taipan is considered the most insecure because of his anger and the presence of deadly poison, which according to various estimates is in the 3rd or 4th place for toxicity. Besides all this Taipan grows to the largest size of 3.5 meters.

These snakes live in unsafe, inaccessible areas of the Latest Guinea and Australia. But even here these snakes are not so little and they occasionally meet, but despite this, every year someone is suffering from the bites of this snake. When we meet the man with the Taipan. she behaves very harshly and attacks faster than other types of snakes.

A list of the scariest snake in the world continues ruses of the Viper, from the bites of which every year killed a lot of people in Sri Lanka, where she lives. But it should be noted that in Sri Lanka there is virtually no antidote from its venom.

Malayan krait (Malayan krait) is also very unsafe snake. Seeking 2 meters in length. She lives in Australia and South Asia, often creeps into the houses and yards of people, moreover, Continue reading

Poisonous snakes you can find in almost any place while traveling
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First aid for snake bites.
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CLINICAL TOXICOLOGY
6 OF POISONS OF NATURAL ORIGIN Fig. 46. Psylocyba semilanceata eating large doses of pyridoxine 7. If you suspect orellanus syndrome, the patient should be hospitalized in a medical facility,…

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