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Snake

Arrangement established in 1972, that ties European currencies to each other within specified limits.
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Four (17%) received a starting dose of Tiger and Brown snake antivenom (mean two ampoules), one (4%) patient received Brown snake antivenom (2.5 ampoules) first and two (9%) patients received polyvalent antivenom first before a positive identification was made for Tiger snake.
In the end, it was a brown snake - startled by the fleeing roo - what dunnit.
The eastern brown snake that bit Mr Sommerville is known for its potent venom and aggressive behaviour.
A (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/11974211/How-did-that-happen-Snake-eating-way-out-of-another-snake-photo-stumps-experts.html) photo from a couple of years ago appears to show a black snake in Australia eating its way out of a brown snake and making a hole large enough to escape from, in what sounds like the reptile version of a Hollywood action flick.
The light brown snake was spotted in undergrowth near the Wincanton distribution depot on Friday.
It is, for instance, home to the eastern brown snake which, to make it sound even more frightening, is also referred to as the common brown snake ...
The three species detected in the last five years of the study were observed only once over the entire study period; these were the Eastern Brown Snake Pseudonaja textilis (2010), Smooth Toadlet Uperoleia laevigata (2011) and Copper-tailed Skink Ctenotus taeniolatus (2013).
"I believed they were brown snake eggs due to the fact that they were seen in the area and that when I shone a light through the egg I saw a small striped baby snake," Miller told the Guardian at the time.
He cried out, but only the brown snake was nearby to hear him.
The introduction of the brown snake in Guam during World War II is thought to have eliminated a dozen bird species there.
Sydney: Roses are red, violets are blue, is there a brown snake in Sydney named after you?