Extremely poisonous and super aggressive, the deadly saw-scaled viper is responsible for the most human deaths in the world. It is a fairly ...
Extremely poisonous and super aggressive, the deadly saw-scaled viper is responsible for the most human deaths in the world. It is a fairly common snake found around The Northern Part of Africa all over Saudia Arabia, India and in parts of South Asia. As known as the carpet viper, this deadly snake doesn't think twice before it attacks as it uses it's saw like scales to make a hissing sound when it feels threaten. Pay attention to this sound as if you ever hear it again, it may be the last thing you'll remember. Anything that gets near it will be struck with lightening like reflexes and lethal venom. The larger males never quite reach 3 feet in length and the females venom can be twice as poisonous. This snake is nocturnal and often lives in close proximity to people. They will sometimes bury themselves in sand and often go unseen. They are one of the few snakes that give birth to live young and rarely hibernate unless they are in colder climates. If you live in an area or plan on visiting the part of the world where these snakes roam, listen carefully to the warning sounds they make, it could save your life. Worlds Most Dangerous Snake - Most Human Deaths in World en.wikipedia.org Royalty Free Music obtained from www.freesfx.co.uk Less
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Top 10 Dangerous Snakes in The World The limbless cousins to the lizards are some of the most maligned animals on Earth, though most species are entirely harmless to man and all are a valuable part of nature's balance. Even without arms and legs, they can come in a remarkable assortment of forms adapted to a surprising variety of environments. 10. Erpeton tentaculatum The "tentacled" snake is the only member of the genus Erpeton, and the two tiny "tentacles" of its namesake are a completely unique feature for detecting prey. It preys mostly on small fish, hunting in murky water with its hed bent backwards like a crowbar. When a fish swims by, it wiggles its tail to frighten the prey straight towards its mouth. 9. Rhabdophis tigrinus While venom is a powerful natural weapon, it's also quite costly to produce and important for a snake to conserve. The last thing it really wants to do is waste venom on something it can't eat, so when the tiger keelback must defend itself from a larger predator, it often saves its venom by secreting a noxious toxic substance from glands in its neck -- a substance produced not by the snake itself, but extracted from the poisonous toads it dines upon. 8. Chrysopelea This amazing genus of "flying" snakes are capable of flattening out their bodies and gliding up to a hundred meters, surpasses many other gliding vertebrates. 7. Crotalus cerastes The desert dwelling "sidewinder" has one of nature's strangest modes of locomotion, moving sideways ... Less
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The world's most dangerous snakes live in Australia. Some produce enough venom in a single bite to kill 250 people.But this same substance c...
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