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Snake

Arrangement established in 1972, that ties European currencies to each other within specified limits.
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A wide spectrum of clinical manifestations may result from a poisonous snake bite, including bite marks on the skin, which range from obvious puncture wounds to almost invisible small scratches.
According to the Third Schedule of the Wildlife Conservation and Management Act, 2013, death and injury caused by elephant, lion, poisonous snake and hippo attracts compensation.
Around 25% of all cases of snake bites presented to us were non-poisonous and were discharged after the mandatory period of observation, and were managed with supportive measures alone, and only confirmed cases of poisonous snake bites were included in the analysis.
Today they're learning how to deal with dangerous reptiles - more precisely, poisonous snakes. "People's lives always come first," says Boncourt.
Keith Ross built up the collection, which included some of the world's most poisonous snakes, over six years.
With a lack of affordable healthcare, the people most in danger of experiencing a poisonous snake bite often have limited access to the expensive procedures - potentially up to $100,000 -necessary to save their lives in the aftermath of a bite.
There's also the freshwater Dracula fish which has fangs, a brightly coloured viper which looks more like jewellery than a poisonous snake and new varieties of bananas.
A poisonous snake that 'could have killed' someone was found onboard a flight that landed in Dubai, the municipality has said.
A poisonous snake had been seen in the area recently, the suspect said.
He added: "It's not on, especially when a lot of people don't know a poisonous snake from a non-poisonous snake."
80s 1982 Champion schoolboy boxer Martin Fineran was today recovering in hospital after being bitten by a poisonous snake. Martin, 12, found the potentially lethal snake in the garden at his grandfather's house in Durham and began playing with it.
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