I understand that in our country the black mamba is extremely venomous with not much of a survival rate due to the speed at which the toxin works. This doesnt really leave much time to get to the nearest serum. The most feared snake definitely in South Africa. Only last week a pedestrian was bitten in a town called Ballito in the shopping district as a passing car caused it to feel threatened and it attacked the nearest bystander. Fortunately it was in the town and the hospital was close enough.
by Alastar Packer 3 years ago
Guess: What Continental U.S. state has no snakes?Snakes are an important of wildlife diversity. Many like them, some don't; but on one of the lower 48 is a state that doesn't have. Guess or maybe a few already know.
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
Yep, a non-hubber left a comment that I am a "piece of sh*t" because I have killed venomous snakes. I don't kill non-venomous snakes, and in fact, we've rescued several of these critters. Sorry, but I'm not chancing losing another dog (two have been killed by snakebites), a pony (killed...
by marinealways24 9 years ago
-What useful information do you believe that you know that others have no clue about?
by Nichol marie 3 years ago
What is the most frightening snake you have encountered?
by Janis Leslie Evans 17 months ago
This link is for bloggers who have their own sites. But the tips are very useful information. http://www.jeffbullas.com/2015/08/13/13 … ign=buffer
by Phyllis Doyle Burns 3 years ago
A Monacled albino cobra is on the loose in Southern California. http://news.msn.com/us/search-on-for-de … californiaAuthorities think the snake escaped from captivity and the owner has not yet been found. Why would anyone own a venomous snake? I have read so many news articles...
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