It's NOT the komodo dragon... It is the king cobra snake. The snake spits its venom in the eyes of its prey. The Komodo dragon has POISONOUS silava, but I don't think it spits. It just has to barely bite you slightly.
The thick tailed scorpion from Africa... its venom kills almost instantly.
by Angela Michelle Schultz 8 years ago
If Sharks are immune to all known diseases, plus they are predators, not prey, so what kills...most sharks?
by My Esoteric 4 years ago
Should the Federal government go into the anti-venom manufacturing business?The reason I ask is when trying to identify a snake my wife found in our yard and then I found in our pool strainer, I came across this about Coral snakes (which is what they were).1. There are 15 - 25 Coral snake...
by brcn 6 years ago
How can I find snake venom?Hi,I read your hub about snake venom. I want to study about venoms' affects on breed cancer but I can't find poisonous snake. Do you know how I can find? ?s venom sold?
by brittvan22 3 years ago
Quickest way to kill a snake????Also need preventative suggestions on keeping them away!!!
by ngureco 8 years ago
Which Animal Would Win The Title, “Best Animal In Hunting Its Prey”?
by Helen Murphy Howell 7 years ago
Is there only one species of Spitting Cobra?Also, how far can they spit venom and could this venom make someone blind permanently?
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