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Arrangement established in 1972, that ties European currencies to each other within specified limits.
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A total of 206 patients admitted with a diagnosis of poisonous snake bite were studied with investigations relevant to the clinical presentation of each case and retrospective analysis of the cases were done.
All six soldiers taking part on this overcast morning are due to be deployed to Mali or Afghanistan in the coming months, where it's more than likely that a poisonous snake could slither into their camps.
Keith Ross built up the collection, which included some of the world's most poisonous snakes, over six years.
It is a poisonous snake that originates from the African continent and is between 40 to 80cm in length.
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.
Summary: RAS AL KHAIMAH -- An Emirati family in the Kabdah mountainous area of RAK was shocked at seeing a huge poisonous snake behind a small garbage bin in their compound on Tuesday morning.
Bear Grylls: Born Survivor Channel 4, 7pm He's flung himself out of aeroplanes, eaten the raw flesh of a poisonous snake and drank the water from animal droppings to demonstrate how to survive in some of the most unforgiving places on the planet, and now the fearless adventurer is back with a third series of Bear Grylls: Born Survivor.
2 : one of the usually two long hollow or grooved teeth by which a poisonous snake injects its poison
His reflections on biodiversity, endangered species, and the relationship between human beings and the natural world, woven together with dramatic adventures such as crawling for help after being bitten by a poisonous snake alone in the bush, make for entertaining reading.
Unless you go to a zoo, you'll probably never see a poisonous snake in Canada.
Natural control of a poisonous snake population at camp is done simply by increasing the number of nonpoisonous snakes.