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Snake

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King cobra, the world's longest venomous snake, was seen in the photo lying strangled while the python was also dead.
The best thing to do is learn the venomous snakes in your area before you need to know," says Cole.
On catching a glimpse of the large venomous snake in the kitchen, barely inches away from her, the petrified occupant rushed to alert the rest of her family members.
The adder is the only venomous snake in the UK, and the majority of bites occur when a snake is disturbed or deliberately antagonised.
In Central Bedfordshire, meanwhile, wolves, alligators, caimans, black widow spiders, venomous snakes and short-clawed otters are being kept.
However, no attempt has been made to quantify the burden of ocular manifestations of venomous snake bites and no data regarding long term visual morbidity following poisonous snakebites has been reported.
Prima facie, it appears that the techies were not aware of Section 9 of the Wildlife ( Protection) Act, 1972, which states that possession of wild animals, including venomous snakes, at homes is an offence.
There is nothing to stop anyone buying venomous snakes and breeding them.
The chilling warning was compounded as Mr Cunningham revealed Irish hospitals can't deal with bites from venomous snakes.
Some snakes are dangerous or even lethal to humans, but death by snakebite is extremely rare in America (at the same time, snake fatalities are distressingly common in other nations where dense human populations and the habitat of venomous snakes overlap).